Survey reveals top concerns related to employee health and fitness during pandemic
We recently surveyed several of our clients across industries—from insurance, financial services, manufacturing and pharmaceutical to technology, energy and retail—about their top concerns.
Remembering our friend and colleague Ed Framer
Ed Framer was one of the most respected individuals in the health and wellness industry and was often referred to as a “giant” in the field. His work and contributions had a positive and lasting impact on all who knew him. Ed passed away on April 24, 2020.
5 areas to address to see happier employees and a healthier bottom line
There are a lot of factors that contribute to a person’s happiness. And while you can’t control these aspects of your employees’ lives, you can provide them with tools to manage them, leading to happier employees and a healthier bottom line. Here are five things that can help you make your employees happier.
Creative solutions to engage employees in corporate wellbeing programs
It’s no secret: corporate wellbeing programs are hugely popular. And, it’s a trend I’ve seen evolve first-hand the last 5-7 years. But, as corporate wellbeing programs have surged, so too has the need to determine how best to engage employees in them. And, for many companies, that has been an ongoing challenge.
6 ways we impact wellbeing programs with our people-ready services
What does it mean to be people-ready? Having HealthFitness staff on-site at your location gives wellness a face and a place. Being people-ready means our employees are in your space, embedded within the culture, being part of what moves your company and employees. Our passionate experts work behind the scenes or front-and-center to keep health and fitness top of mind.
6 ways to help employees stay resolute about their health goals
Here are six creative ways our clients get employees moving in the New Year—and help them keep their healthy resolutions.
4 tips to get tech employees engaged in wellness
Technology employees, like many office workers, are challenged with high stress and long hours, putting them at risk for the “sitting disease”—or sitting all day at their desk—resulting in increased risk for poor health and disease.
10 ways leaders inspire employee wellbeing
Here are 10 creative approaches we use at client sites to engage leadership—and encourage employees—to participate in health and wellbeing programs.
Use wellness champions to help spread the health
Employers who designate wellness champions as ambassadors of the company’s program can leverage their positive experiences and enthusiasm to “spread the health” to their peers.