employee health

As a wellness coordinator, your attitude can not only make or break employee participation, but can actually impact how well an employee does throughout your wellness program. Taking a positive, proactive approach to your wellness program can make it both more popular and more effective.
You've heard it before and you'll hear it again, when it comes to your health journey, don't be afraid to start small! Even the tiniest of first steps towards a healthy lifestyle is a great first step to take.
So you've done your biometric screening event. You did the organization, recruitment and it was a success! A few weeks later, you received your aggregate results. But now what?
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In any business operation, it's best not to let your resources go to waste. You want your time, efforts and money to go as far as they possibly can. This idea can be easier said than done when it comes to abstract business operations like employee wellness.
Preparing for a Workplace Intervention: Why Professional Interventionists Matter As Kevin Morse warns, waiting to treat addiction
So here are some ideas you can use to share this information with your workforce: Print out the infographic (it's a standard
Stress happens, and that's okay. Too much stress, though, and you're just asking for trouble. When you feel the work piling on and your anxiety start to rise, it's important to take a minute to do something about it.
Take the time to test out these excuse-free habits. Stick with or adapt the ones you love, and be sure to share them with your coworkers. Remember, there's no excuse not to have a healthy workday!
Preparing your office for flu season is essential in maintaining a healthy workforce throughout the fall. It's estimated that 5-20% of the population gets the flu every year, leading to 111 million workdays lost to influenza.
After an exposé on nail salons, the health risks of working in a hair salon are also coming to light. Stylists may be at risk of chronic lung diseases, skin conditions and even cancer. What can be done to better regulate products and practices?
From the advent of the treadmill desk to the installation of ball pits for break time, companies around the world are keying
The goal is to convince employers to think of on-the-job health and safety as just one part of an integrated whole that also includes worker wellness and well-being.
According to a McKinsey Global Institute report, the average employee today will spend close to 30% of their time just slogging through email.
Productivity measures across national economies have captivated the attention of policy makers and business leaders alike, and in today's knowledge economy, productivity is determined purely by the energy and creativity of the people who get things done every day.
If you've spent the last hour working through your emails before reading this, then your large muscle groups are already deflating, your metabolism has slowed, and your biological switch has flicked to the 'standby' position.
The hard truth is that leading a healthy lifestyle isn't about buying something, or wearing something, or consuming something. It's about doing something.