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Thursday, June 10, 2010
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

2010 Wellness@Work Symposium

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Herbruck Alder, and Crain's Cleveland Business are pleased to present an opportunity for companies to learn from each other and wellness experts. Discussions will focus on strategies for companies to improve employee well-being. Organizations considering creating an employee wellness program are also encouraged to attend.

Wellness@Work SymposiumThursday, June 10, 20108 am – 1 pm

$20 per person; includes breakfast, lunch, and all speakers.$5 parking available at the Cleveland Museum of Art.



Register by Friday, June 4. Call (216) 231-1177 or click here.The first 100 people to register will receive a free wellness gift bag!If registering more than one person, please put their name in the comments section during checkout.
The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Herbruck Alder, and Crain's Cleveland Business are pleased to present an opportunity for companies to learn from each other and wellness experts. Discussions will focus on strategies for companies to improve employee well-being. Organizations considering creating an employee wellness program are also encouraged to attend. Wellness@Work SymposiumThursday, June 10, 20108 am – 1 pm $20 per person; includes breakfast, lunch, and all speakers.$5 parking available at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Register by Friday, June 4. Call (216) 231-1177 or click here.The first 100 people to register will receive a free wellness gift bag!If registering more than one person, please put their name in the comments section during checkout.

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