Top 5 Ways to Fit in Exercise on a Busy Day!

Posted by Tasneem Panchbhaya on March 20, 2018

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With long busy days in the office and impending deadlines, it’s no wonder why we don’t make time to schedule in the recommended 30 minutes of physical activity into our day. The following are just 5 simple ways you can get the daily physical activity intake without having to make extra time. If you want a more indepth review, check out our webinar, “fitness hacks for the busy professional”.

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Topics: Tips, Habit, Corporate Wellness, proactive, productivity, quality of work, wellness, physical

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

5 Ways to Build Positive Work Relationships

Posted by Abena Osei-Kwabena on June 27, 2017

 
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Developing a positive and motivating work environment is a top priority to make your workplace more enjoyable and less stressful. A positive work environment not only helps professionals physically, mentally and emotionally, but also influences their overall productivity.
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Topics: Employee Success, workplace, Corporate Wellness, productivity

The Corporate Benefits of Employees Who Sleep

Posted by Abena Osei-Kwabena on April 11, 2017

According to the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) conducted in the U.S., less than 40% of adults are getting enough sleep. To be productive, adults are recommended to sleep for a minimum of 7 hours on average per night. Being deficient in sleep is costing companies $63 million in lost efficiency.

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Topics: Corporate Wellness, nap, productivity, culture, sleep, national health interview survey, performance, quality of work