Effectively Managing Infectious Disease in the Workplace

When an employee in the workplace contracts and infectious disease a lot of questions are raised. Whos is at risk? What precautions should be taken? How do we prepare for this in the future?

posted on 12.16.2013

AllOne Health Resources Complimentary Webinar Series: ADHD Goes to Work

Many children with ADHD grow up to be adults with ADHD; and, ADHD can both positively and negatively affect the way these adults function at work. While people with ADHD can be particularly creative thinkers, capable of intense “hyperfocus”, they can also be disorganized, forgetful, reactive, and distracted.

posted on 12.12.2013

ADHD Goes to College

For many adolescents with ADHD, going to college represents the first time they must function effectively outside the influence of their parents, and free of the structured oversight present in most high schools. As a result, going to college can be a crisis for the student with ADHD – usually difficult, sometimes disastrous.

posted on 11.21.2013

How to Create and Run a Compliant Background Screen Program

AllOne Health Resources proudly partnered with Advanced Workplace Strategies, Inc. (AWSI) to provide background screening services to our clients. Background screening services are an important part of compliance for many corporations; but, they can also prove a confusing element of corporate policy. Through this webinar, we provided you the opportunity to have all of your compliance questions answered by AWSI’s in-house counsel, Morgan Reynolds. He reviewed your background screening frequently asked questions including EEOC considerations, pre-adverse action, and adverse action.

posted on 10.22.2013

AllOne Health Partners with Boston Athletic Association to Offer 2013 Boston Marathon Runners and Volunteers Web-Based Counseling

Through the use of webinar technology, AllOne Health Resources, a workforce health and productivity company, offered critical incident counseling services to the global 2013 Boston Marathon community.

posted on 10.05.2013

Employees Got Grit

Resilience is our ability to handle setbacks and problems. While some people marshal through when faced with disaster such as, financial strain, natural disasters, and even the loss of a loved one, others are overwhelmed and shut down by these stressors. Although some people may be born with resiliency, it can also be learned and developed through practice. By developing personal resilience, one is able to cope, problem solve, and obtain goals.

posted on 09.26.2013

Fred Kohanna, MD, MBA, FACOEM, Named New Corporate Medical Director of AllOne Health Resources

AllOne Health Resources, a leader in the occupational health, wellness, and compliance categories, announces the promotion of Dr. Fred Kohanna to Corporate Medical Director.

posted on 08.16.2013

Preventing Heat Related Illness

During the hot summer months, heat safety is extremely important for outdoor workers. With updated content, and an interactive question and answer session, AllOne Health provided a forum surrounding heat safety.

posted on 08.08.2013

Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention

Today, heart attacks and strokes are still, by far, the leading causes of death and disability in this country. Annually, almost one million Americans are stricken and suffer from these preventable diseases and conditions.

posted on 06.26.2013

Practical Steps for Addressing Fitness-for-Duty

AllOne Health Corporate Medical Director, Fred Kohanna, MD, MBA, FACOEM presented to the National ASSE conference on Fitness-for-Duty.


posted on 06.25.2013

Tobacco Cessation

Tobacco continues to be the #1 preventable cause of death and disease in the United States. It is a problem that is not going away. The average smoker costs their employer $3,500 a year in EXTRA healthcare costs and lost productivity, which equates to an estimated $7.18 in extra costs for every pack of cigarettes sold in the U.S.

posted on 04.24.2013

Leadership in Times of Crisis

When tragedy strikes a community – whether at the level of nation, municipality, neighborhood, organization, church, workgroup, or family – all stakeholders immediately look to its leadership for direction. How leaders respond during the first hours of a crisis offers both tremendous opportunity and serious risk for the subsequent outcomes.

posted on 03.21.2013

Keeping Your Head in the Game

What does it take to get you to pay attention? Varying levels of focus can be caused by several factors including, emotions, thoughts, perceptions, and body sensations. Regardless of the cause, being distracted while at work decreases overall worker productivity.

posted on 02.14.2013

Students Got Grit

Did you know that the US college graduation rate is 38%, while Canada enjoys a graduation rate of 60%? What can we do to help college students finish their degrees? The answer may be simple – help students develop personal resiliency.

posted on 01.31.2013


Presenteeism is defined as being at work despite poor health and, therefore, performing below par. It is estimated that loss of worker productivity costs more than $150 billion per year in the United States.

posted on 01.24.2013