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EngagementHealth(R) Launches Comprehensive Wellness Program with Store Kraft - 80% of Employees and Spouses Participate in Programs
Date:7/17/2009

BEATRICE, Neb. and WESTCHESTER, Ill., July 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Store Kraft Manufacturing Company, an industry leading manufacturer of custom wood and custom metal retail store fixtures and provider of integrated RFID technology capabilities, and EngagementHealth, LLC., an innovator in employer wellness programs, announced today the successful launch of comprehensive disease prevention and health promotion programs at Store Kraft.

All of Store Kraft benefits eligible employees and spouses were invited to participate in the incentive based wellness programs including biometric screenings, health counseling calls, and individualized targeted risk programs. More than 80 percent of all Store Kraft employees and covered spouses elected to participate in the program, according to EngagementHealth(R).

With the EngagementHealth(R) program, Store Kraft employees and spouses choose from individualized targeted risk programs to specifically fit their needs, from exercise, smoking cessation, stress management, weight maintenance to high blood pressure or high cholesterol maintenance. Participants are given financial discounts off their health insurance costs for participating in the program. The program also includes team challenges to encourage proper diet and exercise, along with individual on-line health accounts to monitor progress in the program.

"Store Kraft is committed to promoting good health for its employees and spouses, and the 80+ percent participation rate shows our employees' willingness to become more aware of their health and in turn their pocket books," said Katie Humble, Store Kraft's Director of Human Resources. "EngagementHealth(R) provides us a comprehensive and inclusive approach to furthering our wellness initiatives. It was important for us that their programs be available to both our employees and spouses. The combination of the EngagementHealth wellness progra
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