Designing Work for Well-Being - NOHRA General Membership Webinar
Date: Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Time: 7:30 AM to 09:00 AM
In this session we'll explore what it means to design work for well-being. Join us to learn why we need to rethink the traditional wellness program design. We'll also explore a framework that addresses barriers to overall health and learn how job design and organizational practices impact employee well-being.
Speakers: Maddison Bezdicek, Health Strategies Practice Leader and Emily Kral, Health Strategist
As the Health Strategies Practice Leader at Hylant, Maddison supports the health strategies team through mentorship in professional growth and development, technical skills training and well-being strategy execution to ensure Hylant offers innovative and strategic solutions to their clients. Maddison is currently a member of the Healthy Business Council of Ohio (HBOC) and a WELCOA (Wellness Council of America) faculty member. Maddison earned her bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse and a master’s degree in health, physical activity, and chronic disease from the University of Pittsburgh. She also maintains a life & health insurance license and is a Thriving Workplace Culture Consultant and Certified Workplace Wellness Compliance Professional.
As a Health Strategist at Hylant, Emily Kral works with clients on strategy for their wellness program and provides insight and resources for program development. Emily is currently a member of the Healthy Business Council of Ohio, WELCOA, Women’s Initiative of the United Way, Emerging Leaders of the United Way, and the Getting to 1 Coalition. She earned a bachelor’s degree in health services administration with a concentration in information systems management and a minor in business from Xavier University.
Click HERE for more information on Emily Kral (formerly known as Emily Miller).
Click HERE for more information on Madison Bezdicek.
Attendees of this webinar will receive 1 SHRM Professional Development Credit and 1 HRCI General Credit.