Weight-Neutral Workplace Wellness

What Is Weight-Neutral Workplace Wellness and Why Should we Consider it?

Although weight management initiatives are still a favorite in workplace wellness, more and more individuals and organizations are beginning to question their efficacy, with good reason. The literature on weight, weight loss, and the relationship between weight…

Arianna Huffington, National Sleep Foundation wide

Powerful Women in Wellness: Arianna Huffington

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Sleep is a necessity for every individual. But not everyone gets the sleep they need. Sometimes we find ourselves unable to sleep, or unable to stay asleep…


Survey Highlights State of Wearables in the Workplace

The recently released The State of Wearables in the Workplace survey, conducted by the Corporate Health & Wellness Association provides readers a…


Time Management – Discovering Your Priorities

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When we talk about time management, the truth of the matter is that we all have the same number of hours in the day. Yet, some of us finish mountains of work and projects while others complain they ran out of time. What’s the difference between the two scenarios?…

A doctor reviewing the results of a workplace screenings

The Value of Workplace Screenings

Workplace screenings are a critical component of corporate wellness initiatives. By measuring key aspects of health, including blood pressure, weight, cholesterol and glucose, among others, these screenings provide valuable insights into the health of employees…

Carpal Tunnel Corporate Wellness

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome In The Workplace

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By: Dr. Alex Ritza Carpal tunnel syndrome is an interesting condition (like Tennis Elbow) because the core problem(s) that cause it are not at the site of the symptoms (collateral damage). Patients present with numbness and subsequent weakness in the thumb…

How Flow Promotes Wellness

How Flow Promotes Wellness

As McKinsey & Company researchers report, when executives are in flow, they are five times as productive and up to seven times more creative. This means that flow is about more than feeling great—it’s also good for the bottom line. Today, a growing…

How to Save on Healthy Foods for Your Employees

How to Save on Healthy Foods for Your Employees

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By Jessica Thiefels The workplace has shifted exponentially in the last decade. This has changed the way employees work, with more emphasis on company culture and focusing on the importance of health and work/life balance for the benefit of employees and…

What is Workplace Wellness

What is Workplace Wellness, Really?

Many employers are struggling with the concept of workplace wellness for a number of reasons.  At the outset, some employers simply do not feel that they have any responsibility for the health of their employees.  They feel that this is a very personal responsibility…

Health Benefits of a Remote Workforce

Top 5 Health Benefits of a Remote Workforce

The ability to collaborate, communicate and access software and information from virtually anywhere has changed people’s lives all over the world, both personally and professionally. On the personal front, it’s so much easier now to take care of household…

Making Popular Pastimes Healthy Parties

Tailgating – How to Turn a Popular Pastime into a Healthy Party

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By Bob Caputo Personal wellness is indivisible from corporate wellness. The latter cannot thrive without the former – there is no company that can function, never mind succeed, with employees who are sick – so there should be an emphasis on educating workers…

Marketing has a big effect on voluntary benefits.

IBM, Disney and Microsoft’s Impact on Voluntary Benefits

In the following discussion, we want to suggest that many employers will add more and more Voluntary Benefits due to what Disney and Microsoft have done. When one considers legends of marketing, Walt Disney of Disney and Bill Gates of Microsoft may come to…

Chris Boyce - CEO of Virgin Pule

Why the CEO of Virgin Pulse Did Not Go to Med School

With a professional history steeped in corporate and consumer loyalty programs, Chris Boyce landed at Virgin Pulse in 2006 as the company’s EVP, Product, Marketing and Business Development with his personal mission in tow—to help make a difference in people’s…

Silicon Valley Starving for Productivity

Silicon Valley Employees Fasting for Productivity

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Silicon Valley startup Nootrobox has a unique diet plan as part of their company culture, and the goal is not to lose weight. Starting Monday night and ending Wednesday morning, 36 hours total, the company implements a fasting period for all employees.…


Trends in Corporate Wellness in China

The rapid pace of China’s development, growth, modernization hasbeen an astonishing feat and one that has some of the world’s best minds contemplating the nation’s next steps on a global stage. And as China’s market has developed and expanded, so have…