Physical Wellness is NOT Enough

Posted by Tasneem Panchbhaya on February 27, 2018

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Wellness programs can be found in most companies throughout North America these days, yet too many corporate wellness programs focus solely on the physical wellbeing of employees. Gone are the days where a purely physical wellness program works. Together with physical wellness, mental and financial wellness all contribute to a complete wellness program that leads employees to be happier, healthier and more engaged than ever. 

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Topics: Employee Success, wellness program, holistic, mental health, physical, mental

How to Promote Healthy Heart Lifestyle Choices at your Company (Webinar Recap)

Posted by Tasneem Panchbhaya on February 20, 2018

We had a great webinar in February, in honour of heart awareness month. I sat down with Optimity’s CEO, Jane Wang to talk through how to promote a healthy heart in the workplace. You can watch the full webinar here. Here are a few key takeaway points from the webinar:

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Topics: Health cost, Tips, Best Practice, workplace, prevention, wellness, meditation, health, Nutrition

ONE-SIZE FITS ALL WELLNESS PROGRAMS ARE A THING OF THE PAST

Posted by Tasneem Panchbhaya on February 13, 2018

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We know that everyone is unique, so why do we still think that a one-size fits all wellness program can succeed in our workplaces? Employees are individuals with different needs and wants and a single approach to wellness can only benefit a small number of employees, which means that it is more likely to fail.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Employee Success, workplace, Corporate Wellness, costs, healthcre, productivity, culture, wellness program, profit, wellness

THE FUTURE OF HEALTH AND WELLNESS TODAY

Posted by Tasneem Panchbhaya on February 6, 2018

 

trends-header1.jpgDid you know that Americans spent an average of $714 on out of pocket health care in 2016? This number continues to increase year on year. The rising costs of healthcare in North America makes it crucial for companies to start putting a larger focus on corporate wellness programs. The growing industry of corporate wellness programs shows that new technology, data and increased insights can really help to encourage employees to stay fit and healthy. As a result these outcomes not only benefit the employee but also the company. Read More

Topics: Health cost, healthcare, proactive, corporate wellness program, wellness program, health