Monthly Archives: June 2016

Congratulations Fennemore Craig

      We’re pleased to announce that Fennemore Craig (one of our wellness consulting customers) was selected as Healthy Arizona Worksite by the Arizona Department of Health Services for their outstanding efforts.  Fennemore Craig is a major law firm headquartered in Phoenix.  The company was honored at … Continue reading


Cover Letter Tips

Lynda McKay, SPHR, Vice President – Human Resource Consulting at Bagnall offered some tips to on ways to make your cover letter stand out.  To read the full article, visit:


Mariah Baysinger Joins UBS 

Welcome to our first blog post featuring a recent college graduate or current student who is employed with one of our clients or partners. Mariah Baysinger graduated from Arizona State University on May 13, 2016 with a masters of education in … Continue reading


If I Knew Then…

Mark Bagnall, CEO was recently featured in Crain’s Phoenix ongoing series called “If I Knew Then”.  The column ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.  Click here to read Mark’s:


Client Spotlight: United Behavioral Services

United Behavioral Services (UBS) believes in and fosters an interdisciplinary approach while working together with families to promote the maximum success of a child with autism. UBS is committed to empirically sound practices, performed with the highest integrity to help disseminate applied behavior … Continue reading


Bagnall Attends Spring UBA Meeting

Mark Bagnall, CEO, and Bryan Yates, Business Services and Development Advisor, attended the Spring UBA Meeting and Compliance Summit May 14-17 in Chicago, Ill.  It was one of the largest conferences that UBA had this year with nearly 550 attendees. Mark chaired the Northwest UBA study group consisting of … Continue reading


Moving from Employee Wellness to Employee Well-Being

June marks the 8th annual National Employee Wellbeing Month. If your organization has not yet implemented a well-being program, now is a great time to start. Well-being programs are significant additions to a fringe benefit program—for employees and employers. The … Continue reading