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  • Working Well on FSU Perspectives (2016)

    Mary Waller, Business Health and Wellness Manager,  for Capital Regional Medical Center, Melissa Dancer Brown, Director of Colleague Wellbeing for TMH, and Mary Barley, Executive Director of Working Well and Health and Well Being Coordinator for Leon County, were guests of Tom Flannigan on WFSU Perspectives, on Th., Feb. 4th. The topic was worksite wellness and the 10th Annual Working Well CEO Breakfast. Click here to hear these three Wellness Professionals talk about some of the wellness programs in our community and what Working Well is doing to help improve the health and well being of our community’s workforce.

  • Weight Loss Winners Share Three Common Traits - Heather Fuselier

    Last week I attended the 10th annual Working Well CEO Breakfast, a time for area CEOs and organizational leaders to gather and learn about how we can continue making my city the “wellest city in America.” I have served on the Working Well board for many years, and it is my honor to be part of such a positive team of people. Read more…

  • Work should be more than just a paycheck - David Hunnicutt, My View

    According to the results of a recent national lifestyle survey, Americans will spend more of their time working (not to mention commuting to and from work, worrying about work and buying clothes for work) than in any other waking pursuit. Read more…