The American Heart Association is a national leader in workplace health. We want to help improve the culture of health for your employees with evidence-based recommendations and resources.
The Workplace Health Symposium is an innovative opportunity for companies to come together and learn from industry leaders about creating a culture of health and wellness for their employees. Those in attendance are a cross section of the representatives ranging from HR and benefits managers to company health and wellness leaders.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to gain valuable information about continuous quality improvement for employee health in the workplace!
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
8:00am - 12:00pm
Double Tree Resort By Hilton Myrtle Beach Ocean Front
3200 Ocean S Blvd.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
REGISTER TODAY! SPACE IS LIMITED!
Healthy For Good™
Creating a Happier, Healthier Grand Strand
SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE
Registration, Breakfast, and Networking
Introduction to AHA’s Workplace Health Solutions
Shannon is the Sr. Director of Community Impact for the Charlotte Market and Upstate of South Carolina. She is responsible for leading national and local health strategies that support the AHA’s 2017-2020 strategic plan, the health priorities of the local market Board of Directors, corporate partners and volunteers of the AHA.
Glenda Page, HTC, VP of HR
Claire Yoder, North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce
Breakouts sessions based of the Healthy For Good™ pillars:
Learn useful, implementable, low-cost or no-cost tips to take to your work today!
Be Well – Maura Utley is Coastal Carolina National Bank's Vice President, Director of Marketing, and an ERYT Yoga Instructor will teach about safe and therapeutic yoga in the workplace
Eat Smart – 212 Meals will talk about healthy meal prep
Move More – ISI Elite Training will bring thoughtful movements
Enjoy Healthy Smoothies!
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The American Heart Association’s Workplace Health Solutions offers a suite of science-based, evidence-informed tools to help you build and maximize an effective workplace culture of health: