We are now familiar with the basic definition of Corporate Wellness. Let's explore further the importance of employee health and how it can be improved through the implementation of a Corporate Wellness program. We will see how something seemingly small like poor lifestyle choices can have a large impact on businesses and how this issue can be addressed.
Corporate Wellness programs vary from business to business. Whether it be weekly standing meetings, healthy catered lunches, or in-office yoga classes, in this series, we will define what Corporate Wellness means for you and guide you in how to properly implement your own Corporate Wellness program to help your business reach its goals.
Biking is one of the easiest most fun and cheap activities you can do passively in any city. In LA and especially in Santa Monica the numerous bike paths, beautiful weather, and ease of access make this activity a must for any Angelino.
I often get sick of lunch meetings with chips, sandwiches, and sodas. Recently my company instituted healthy picnics where we get together as a group and do a sort of potluck lunch which has fundamentally change office culture in an awesome way. Here are some tips around that.
It's really tough to stay fit while we're sitting at our desks for 10 hours a day. Yet even as we're sitting there there are a few simple exercises we can do every now and again to get that leg workout in.
You would be amazing at how much benefit you can bring to your employees at low costs. There are programs for everyone out there and when it comes to corporate wellness a little goes a long way.
It's easy to get complacent at the office but more and more companies are offering to make you healthier with wellness programs geared towards your productivity. And it actually makes sense!
One of the toughest things to do once you have your wellness program in place is to actually get people to participate in them. We've outlined some of the most important information to keep in mind as you try to do this so check it out!