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Mich. Schools and Gov't CU Taps ADP for Wellness Program
ROSELAND, N.J (1/7/14)--Michigan Schools and Government CU (MSGCU) has enrolled in a wellness program offered by ADP, a company primarily known for its payroll processing services.
 
The ADP Vitality program will enhance MSGCU's existing wellness initiative and help minimize the impact of increasing healthcare costs, the credit union said. Employees at the Clinton Township, Mich. credit union will be able to earn rewards for participating in medical exams, having gym memberships and taking a Vitality assessment. By pursuing multiple activities, employees can reduce their healthcare premium costs.
 
"We're taking an interactive and innovative approach to help our employees live healthier lives," said Peter Gates, president/CEO of the $1.3 billion credit union. "Partnering with ADP, in combination with MSGCU's wellness initiatives, will help us empower our employees to live healthier lives by giving them access to educational tools and resources from any computer or device. Employees will also be able to earn incentives by making healthy decisions."


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