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5 Ways a Social Wellness App Can Improve Teamwork in Your Company

If your business is struggling to promote productive teamwork and better peer-to-peer communication in the workplace, perhaps a wellness challenge is exactly what your company needs. Wellness programs often have team-based challenges that are used for increasing participation and accountability in the workplace. Competition with colleagues and setting personal goals motivates employees to participate, which can ultimately lead to improved employee productivity and engagement. Regardless of your motivations or beliefs, you will find here the unequivocal facts to encourage you in taking the first steps towards the long-term success of your organization.

8 Tips to Help You Promote Health in Your Business

Marketing is essential to any program involving health promotion. Today, technology is intrinsically like marketing, as more than three out of four Canadians now owns a smartphone. This proportion becomes even more important in the active population. As the mobile phone is an integral part of our lives, it is a natural tool to create a leverage effect in the field of health and wellness. Here are a four tips involving the basic principles of marketing, as well as 4 examples of how mobile applications can help your company reach it's wellness goals.

30 Wellness Initiatives Designed to Help Improve Your Company

A strong corporate wellness program can help you improve efficiency and productivity in your company. Ensuring that your employees are happy and healthy is crucial to the success of your organization. In connection to the seven types of wellness addressed in employees, here are thirty ideas of activities that you can begin implementing tomorrow and start making real change in your business.

10 Key Steps to Creating a Culture of Wellness

Creating a culture of wellness in your workplace is easier than you may think. The implementation of an corporate wellness program does not necessarily require hiring a full-time coach. Here are ten easy steps to help guide you in improving the health and overall wellness of your employees.

The 7 Wellness Components Applying to Employees

Many factors can influence the well-being and health of employees at work. In 1948, the World Health Organization announced its position and said that health is not just the absence of disease; it also encompasses physical, mental and social well-being.
Depending on the model, wellness should be composed of five to nine separate components. All are important in improving the quality of life for your employees. We have analyzed these various elements and identified seven which apply particularly to employee wellness in a work environment. These include physical, financial, environmental, emotional, social, intellectual and moral wellness

5 Reasons Why Corporate Wellness Should Be Your Top Priority in 2017

If the well-being of your employees isn't at the heart of your business strategy this year, you may believe that your employees are already healthy and motivated. Maybe you think that corporate wellness programs are too expensive, or perhaps their health is not a particular concern to you. However, if you are already convinced of the benefits of a wellness program, you may want to build a case to convince your boss to invest in this sector. Regardless of your motivations or beliefs, here you will find unequivocal facts to help you take the first steps towards the long-term success of your organization. Here we go!

Hold your horses; winter is coming...

There are many fun beautiful things about the winter. But let’s face it; the office can seem more gloomy during these months. In the midst of this mood, HR managers have a tough job to fulfill; to keep employees engaged, healthy & happy, despite the darker season

How to turn an unhealthy habit into an opportunity for corporate culture change.

40-50% of the things we do is not a choice, but a habit.

After repeating the same routine 2-3 times, our brain goes into autopilot. This is probably why not all of our actions are rational. Perhaps the easiest example of this is getting a burger trio for lunch. A “small” Dominos pizza. Or a BLT with extra mayo.