The EHBC is coming to LA

6 Reasons You Should Register for the EHBC in LA Right Now! (Seriously… Right Now)

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Corporate Health and Wellness Conference

We’ve all been to the ordinary, boring conferences taking place across the country. The exhibit hall is full of people who are just trying to sell you products you don’t need, and so are the “educational speakers” who are just vendors making a sales…

Personal Wellness and Companionship: Healthy and Fun Courtship

Michael D. Shaw - in Others

Personal wellness is, as I will never tire of writing, indispensable to corporate wellness. That sense of health – and happiness – often starts with dating or companionship, where the emotional support of a friend or future loved one is as restorative…

De-stress and Celebrate National Yoga Day!

Satori Ebedes - in Mental Health

Recent national work related surveys have found 80% of workers feel stress on the job and half of those report their job as very or extremely stressful. One-quarter of all workers views their jobs as the number one stress in their lives. All this employee…

Advancing Corporate Wellness by Achieving Personal Wellness: The Journey of a Single Seed to the Shelf of Science and Commerce

Michael Shaw - in Others

As I am wont to remind readers, corporate wellness is impossible without personal wellness: It requires an understanding of and a commitment to science and technology, beginning with increased awareness of the journey of a single seed to the shelf – the…

The Next Step in Wellness Program Personalization

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Corporate Wellness Interviews

Join JP Bewley, CEO of Big Cloud Analytics LIVE from the offices of the Corporate Health & Wellness Association as he unveils EVO, a new tool to supercharge engagement in your wellness program with personalization. Mr. Bewley will be on Facebook live to…

Are You an Office Worker? Why Your Health May Be at More Risk Than You Think

Michael Shaw - in Worksite Wellness

While office workers typically feel that they are safe on the job and don’t have to worry about health issues or injuries, the fact is that accidents and illnesses can crop up anywhere. People often slip, trip, or fall at work; have poor posture or strain…

How to Stay Fit While Travelling

Sloane Davis - in Others

I always tell my clients that the goal should be to maintain, not gain while away.  And while I am an advocate for living life and enjoying all that is has to offer, going on vacation shouldn’t become a free for all to throw in the towel when it comes to…

How to Create a Peaceful Mind

Jeff Gero Ph.D. - in Mental Health

Our minds are wonderful for solving problems, putting things in order, getting the job done, while also making sense of our daily reality. The mind is a reasoning machine that likes to keep us busy ruminating on the past and figuring out the future. The Yogis…

Why Is It Important for Adults to Play?

Rona Lewis - in Mental Health

All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. All work and no play make Jack a dull boy.  All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. If you’ve ever seen the movie The Shining,…

Fostering Collaboration Through Wellness – A Case Study

Madeline Yaskowski - in Worksite Wellness

When running a company, you want to make sure the employees feel like they are a part of a team; fostering a sense of fellowship and cooperation is vital to employee satisfaction.  For offices where team members see each other every day of the week, this…

Promoting Wellness by Reforming the Way we Store and Protect Food

Michael Shaw - in Others

If we want to promote personal wellness – if want to have a healthier and more active citizenry – we should look at those things that fight for valuable shelf space in closets, cupboards, kitchens, attics, basements and garages. We should look at ways…

Basking in the Clear Sky of Recovery: Charting the Path from Addiction to Better Health and Wellness

Lewis Fein - in Mental Health

Consider this column a follow-up to my piece about personal wellness, as I continue to receive inspiring messages from readers about the path from addiction to recovery. Let me also reiterate that corporate wellness – with its environment of camaraderie…

5 CLUES Every Wellness Program Needs

Daniel Pyne - in Worksite Wellness

Employers offer wellness programs to reduce administrative costs and create a positive employee experience. Despite constant changes in the U.S. healthcare system and legislation, employer-sponsored employee benefits are a key asset to employees’ compensation…