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What is a Good Employee Wellness Activity?

Posted by Seraine Page on Mon, Jun, 12, 2023

Wellness activities come in all shapes and sizes.

As you likely know, some are total hits while others are flops. So how do you know what a good wellness activity looks like for your company?

It comes down to a few things like planning, feedback, and positive behavior change opportunities. Above all, it’s all about the employees.

Below, we break down essential elements of successful wellness activities to create your own that employees will love.

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Topics: Healthy Workplaces

6 Easy Ways to Use Your Wellness Program to Improve Employee Productivity

Posted by Seraine Page on Tue, May, 30, 2023

Your wellness program can have a direct impact on employee productivity.


If you’re teaching healthy habits, promoting fitness challenges, offering support, and encouraging overall well-being, it all ties into your workers’ health. Healthy lifestyles can stick if they’re promoted regularly and through sustainable means.

Unhealthy diets (along with other unhealthy habits like smoking and being sedentary) can have an impact on more than just workers’ health. Unhealthy habits are shown to decrease workplace productivity.

Below, learn the ways that health factors into productivity and studies that back up how general well-being boosts work performance.

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Topics: Wellness at Work

The Resilience Advantage: Why Your Workplace Needs These Skills Now

Posted by Seraine Page on Mon, May, 22, 2023

Are you looking to improve employee resilience in the workplace?

You’ve come to the right place.

Luckily, there are many ways to build resilience skills that benefit workers professionally and personally. Life can be challenging and having the tools necessary to handle it emotionally and physically can make it easier to see the light on the other side.

Helping your team build these skills benefits everyone in the workplace as it helps individuals better cope with traumas, setbacks, failures, and disappointments.

Below, learn more about what workplace resilience is, the skills needed to bounce back from hard times, and tips to help your employees be more resilient.

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Topics: Healthy Workplaces

5 Smart Ways to Incorporate Diversity in the Workplace

Posted by Seraine Page on Mon, May, 08, 2023

Our nation is truly a melting pot. 

Can you say the same for your company?

A good question to consider: How much diversity in the workplace do you see when you consider your employees? Diversity in the workplace not only offers employees unique experiences to work with others, but it also improves financial performance and overall fund returns for companies, according to Harvard research.

Figures from the most recent Census show the nation’s population is diversifying even faster than initially predicted. By 2060, nearly 60% of the U.S. population will be racially ethnic minorities, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

If you’re interested in improving your company culture and employee experience, looking at ways to diversify your workforce is a step in the right direction.

Below, learn about the biggest benefits of diversity to your workers and company and how to incorporate diversity in the workplace.

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Topics: Healthy Workplaces

How to Aim for Workplace Wellness With Global Employee Health & Fitness Month

Posted by Seraine Page on Mon, May, 01, 2023

There’s no better time to focus on workplace wellness than during Global Employee Health and Fitness Month.

The international observance begins May 1 and is an ideal time for employers to continue promoting healthy lifestyle benefits.

Whether focusing on health is the norm in your workplace or your company is just starting out with wellness perks, companies of all sizes are encouraged to participate.

If you want to highlight your wellness programs, kick off a health campaign, or simply just have fun at work with health and fitness, this post is for you!

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Topics: Healthy Workplaces, Wellness at Work

Beyond the Beach: Health Benefits of a Vacation for Employers

Posted by Seraine Page on Mon, Apr, 24, 2023

When was the last time you encouraged your employees to use vacation days?

The benefits of vacation can’t be denied — if you’ve ever looked at the face of an employee who recently returned from vacation, you know how relaxed they look. On the other hand, workers who don’t get to take time off are often exhausted and negative, which can spread throughout an organization quickly.

Worse yet, it can lead to burnout and even quiet quitting.

On average, Americans aren’t great about taking all their vacation days. In fact, by the end of 2021, Americans had 9.5 unused vacation days left, according to a 2023 January study by Qualtrics, a software company. For companies looking to promote a healthy work-life balance, a vacation is a necessity for employees to have.

Don’t let that happen to your workers. Vacations are the perfect time for employees to take a much-needed break and renew their energy — mentally and physically.

If you’re not sold on the benefits of vacation, you’ll find all the research below that backs why employees do better when they can enjoy quality time off.

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Topics: Healthy Workplaces

Well-Being on the Go: 10-Minute Activities for Adults

Posted by Seraine Page on Mon, Apr, 17, 2023

When was the last time you did a well-being activity you loved? 

If you say there’s never time, remember that focusing on wellness doesn’t have to be an all-day event. In fact, it can be done in spurts as short as 10 minutes!

Both physical and mental well-being matter and there are short and simple activities for both that can make you feel your best.

This post offers a variety of ways for adults to bring more well-being moments into their lives. Whether it’s picking up a jump rope, coloring, taking a walk with a neighbor or colleague, or just stretching — these ideas are easy for anyone to do any day of the week!

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Topics: Healthy Workplaces, Wellness at Work

Say Goodbye to Stress: Unwind with These Tips During Stress Awareness Month

Posted by Seraine Page on Mon, Apr, 10, 2023

April is Stress Awareness Month. 

How well-equipped is your team to handle stress? No matter how enjoyable jobs may be or wonderful personal lives are, stress still manages to creep its way in.

That’s why this month is an ideal time to remind workers of the damaging impact stress can have on their health. Helping workers keep their stress levels in check may help them avoid serious health issues like anxiety, depression, weight gain, and high blood pressure.

This post will share a variety of easy activities and resources employers can provide employees with throughout the month.

Read on to learn how to help your workers stress less.

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Topics: Healthy Workplaces

17 Ways to Focus on Springtime Health and Wellness in the Workplace

Posted by Seraine Page on Wed, Apr, 05, 2023

Spring has just about sprung.

With the change of season comes a variety of concerns to think about as an employer when it comes to your workers’ springtime health and wellness. Plus, there are some health and safety tips it would be wise to refresh everyone on!

From having a tornado drill plan in place to replacing air filters to keep pollen away to keep asthmatics safe, there are plenty of ways to improve office health and safety this spring.

Below we share 17 simple ways to welcome spring (and employee well-being!) into your workplace today.

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Topics: Healthy Workplaces

How Healthy Are Employees? Check Out Our Biometric Screening Results

Posted by Seraine Page on Wed, Mar, 29, 2023

Biometric screenings can easily improve your employees’ health.

What is this screening, you ask?

It’s a way to collect essential health data that can indicate whether a person is healthy or has a health issue they should be looking into. It’s often done on-site for companies looking to gather insight into their employees’ health.

Our biometric screenings include a variety of health measures such as:  

  • Cholesterol
  • Blood sugar
  • Blood pressure
  • Body Mass Index (BMI)
  • Waist circumference

For example, if someone is screened and it comes back that they have sky-high blood sugar, their cholesterol is through the roof, and they’re in a hypertensive crisis, they need to be seen by a doctor immediately. Sometimes, health issues don’t show any symptoms before it’s much too late.

That’s why we promote and offer biometric screenings to clients across the United States. It helps save lives and change lives for the better.

Below, we wanted to share our 2022 nationwide results with you from these life-saving screenings.

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Topics: Wellness at Work



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