For ten years I worked in corporate fitness and wellness. Many of my clients continually told me, I just don’t have time to take care of me. Work was used as an excuse. Let’s face it, we all live full and busy lives, but we all will make time for what is most important.
Did you know that October is Workplace Wellness Month?
Many workplaces try to find ways to help improve their staff’s overall wellbeing, by offering clinics, lunch n’ learns, stretch breaks etc. Here are my top favourite activities to help employees become more aware of their health and improving their health in the workplace. Read More→
How do employers make the best of Workplace Wellness programs during the pandemic?
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First, the transition to working from home caused a great deal of stress. Now, returning to work is having the same impact. Whether employees continue to work from home or are forced to return to the office for any reason, they must be provided a consistent, wholesome wellness experience.
A holistic employee wellness program requires a combination of mental and physical health as its top priority. Currently, the owner of most well-being programs in organizations is HR because traditionally well-being was a culture issue. With the hybrid model of or working from home and/or the office, organizations that have made the pivot with digital wellness platforms will help combat the anxiety and stress their teams are experiencing to aid in lasting change and job satisfaction. So how then do organizations pivot and find wellness solutions that will work? Read More→