Watson Wyatt Adds New Leader for Health, Productivity Practice

January 20, 2003 (PLANSPONSOR.com) - Watson Wyatt is beefing up its Group and Health Care practice with the addition of Shelly Wolff as the firm's National Leader of Health and Productivity.

Wolff, who was previously leader of absence management programs at General Electric, will be based in Watson Wyatt’s Stamford, Connecticut, office. In her new position, she will focus on employee productivity, workforce effectiveness, benefit design, and strategic planning for Watson Wyatt clients.

Wolff holds an MBA from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is chair of the Council for Employee Health and Productivity with the Washington Business Group on Health, and is an advisory board member for Harvard Medical School’s Health Performance Questionnaire endorsed by the World Health Organization (WHO).