Our program manager Phil Beedle shares tips for employee workstation ergonomics, helpful wherever they work.
Program Manager Phil Beedle helps employees ensure they’re considering WFH workspace ergonomics.
Our Program Manager Phil Beedle shares tips for creating an ergonomic workstation at home in his new TLNT post.
Vice President, Program Management & Engagement Ann Wyatt shares examples of how our fitness center program managers and instructors throughout the country are discovering ways to deliver programming remotely, focusing on physical and mental wellbeing and finding moments of much-needed fun in unexpected places
Vice President, Program Management & Engagement Ann Wyatt shares real-world examples of companies creatively adapting their corporate fitness programs to reach employees where they are – at home, in ways that support their physical and mental wellbeing.
Vice President, Program Management & Engagement Ann Wyatt shares how our program managers from throughout the country are finding creative ways to virtually deliver wellbeing and fitness programs to employees.
There’s a new trend in corporate fitness on mobilization and movement. Our VP, Program Management & Engagement Ann Wyatt explains how it impacts employees whether they’re at work or home. Read the article in BenefitsPro.
Senior Director of Injury Prevention and Treatment Brennan Russo shares how on-site physical therapy clinics can result in happier, healthier employees and improved employer bottom line in his new BenefitsPro article.
Our Director of Injury Prevention and Treatment Rebecca Lee offers real-world examples of companies using early intervention to help employee wellbeing and employer bottom line in her new EHS Daily Advisor article.
From ongoing advances in technology and increasingly virtual employee participants to ninja training courses – our Vice President, Program Management & Engagement Ann Wyatt and Director of Business Development, College & University T.J. Peele offer insight on fitness trends they envision playing out in 2020 and beyond in a new Recreation Management article.