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You Need To Be a Proactive Wellness Coordinator

As a wellness coordinator, your attitude can not only make or break employee participation, but can actually impact how well an employee does throughout your wellness program. Taking a positive, proactive approach to your wellness program can make it both more popular and more effective. Being a proactive wellness coordinator means taking action when it comes to your wellness program.
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