The wellness program results in healthier employees with less absenteeism and fewer workers’ compensation claims, said Amy Gonnella, wellness coordinator for Schools Insurance Group, which finances the Eureka program. Above, the body sculpting class.
The wellness program results in healthier employees with less absenteeism and fewer workers’ compensation claims, said Amy Gonnella, wellness coordinator for Schools Insurance Group, which finances the Eureka program. Above, the body sculpting class. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
The wellness program results in healthier employees with less absenteeism and fewer workers’ compensation claims, said Amy Gonnella, wellness coordinator for Schools Insurance Group, which finances the Eureka program. Above, the body sculpting class. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

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