Women in Business

A Conversation With: Arielle Weidner

Arielle Weidner, 31, joined ConnectCare3, a service offered to members of Benecon’s self-funded health benefits consortiums and cooperatives, last year as senior director of client wellness and consulting and recently transitioned into her current role.

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Guest view: Health and wellness communications can be engaging

A strong wellness program can be a differentiator for recruitment, reduce the cost of health care benefits and help build a team atmosphere based around healthy choices. However, communicating the benefits and program elements of a wellness initiative can be hard to navigate. Human resources and corporate leadership need to walk a fine line – avoiding sounding paternal, moralistic or even too personal while empowering employees and spurring participation.

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Momentum building in New Cumberland

New Cumberland continues to see new businesses crop up in its downtown. Borough officials and businesses are hoping the momentum of revitalization continues and that bigger tenants will soon move into the Cumberland County borough.

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Jeannette Krebs (Photo: Submitted)

Former editor brings her storytelling skills to new PR venture

Reporter turned public relations pro turned editor turned business owner: Jeanette Krebs’ path between the journalism and communications fields led her to launch Krebs Communications & Public Engagement in March, a firm focused on covering clients’ media relations, communications strategy, crisis, social media and writing needs.

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York couple builds up healthy food line

Unwillingness to sacrifice healthy food for fast food after the birth of her daughter, Julie Ndjee was inspired to begin experimenting with making vegetable-based sauces in the early 2000s, an experiment that has grown into her York-based business Neilly’s Foods, which sells its products up and down the East Coast and into Texas.

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