Healthy Living

Can You Make Your Wellness Program Go Viral?

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Aug 30, 2017

Whether it’s a trending hashtag or a popular kitten-playing-the-piano video, an idea that goes viral grows exponentially through social sharing. A concept that starts with an individual can spread like wildfire through Westeros (#gameofthrones for the uninitiated). Your wellness program can benefit from the same viral thinking that created a star out of a mom […]

Employee Engagement, Healthy Living, Insights, Well-Being, Wellness, Workplace Culture

How Do Your Employees Sleep At Night? Should You Care?

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Aug 10, 2017

Sleep may seem like the most unproductive part of each day. It’s downtime, off the clock, non-billable-hours time. Surely, worrying about whether or not your employees get a good night’s sleep is not something you need to consider…or is it? With a new focus on overall employee health and well-being, many companies are waking up […]

EAP, Employee Engagement, Health, Healthy Living, Insights, Productivity, Wellness, Work-Life Balance

4 Must-Haves for Employee Wellness Programs

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May 19, 2017

Editor’s Note: Our second guest blogger for this month is Kembre Roberts, Manager for Employee Wellness at Southwest Airlines. She is no stranger to the corporate wellness world— before joining Southwest Airlines in 2011, her first 10 years in the industry were focused on designing corporate wellness initiatives and linking health plan savings to healthy lifestyles. We […]

Employee Engagement, Healthy Living, Insights, Well-Being, Wellness, Workplace Culture

How to Help Employees Make Wellness Changes That Stick

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Dec 6, 2016

GPS tracking. Sleep monitoring. Step counting. With all their bells and whistles packaged in sleek, fashionable designs, it’s no surprise that fitness trackers such as Fitbit, Garmin and Jawbone have established such a strong presence in the world of wellness. Yet, while these products can effectively track various aspects of someone’s day — such as […]

Healthy Living, Uncategorized, Well-Being, Wellness