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…

The Importance of Brain Optimization for the Executive Type

Zach Younce - in Features

I wanted to write this article based off a few reasons. One of those is because a colleague of mine recently had the world's most credentialed strength and conditioning coach come to speak to all the executives and employees of a very large organization. This…

How Can Your Company Support Well-Being Improvement?

by Henry Albrecht - in Worksite Wellness

Great organizations know that well-being is key for people to thrive at work. And when employees believe they have support from their organization, they’re more likely to have higher well-being. Plain and simple: Organizational support drives employee well-being…

Wellness to Wellbeing – The Future of the Industry

Daniel Pyne - in Focused

Join GHR’s Christina Hunting as she hosts four industry professionals; Kate Siano, Wellbeing & Engagement Consultant, Arthur J. Gallagher & Company; Georgette Kores, Manager of Global Wellness & Engagement, World Fuel Services; Jenny Dodson,…

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…

A Zest for Life: The Story of 9zest

Lewis Fein - in Focused

Sometimes sickness is less a verdict than a chance at vindication. Sometimes it is an opportunity to convert a condition into a career, where the therapies of a great nation complement the technologies of a great idea, where one person’s struggles with Parkinson’s…

Gender Discrimination and the Pay Gap – What Employers Need to Know

- in Focused

Chris Williams, the Employment Practices Product Manager at Travelers, answered the following questions about the gender pay gap and what employers need to know. What is the issue?  The Institute for Women’s Policy Research reported that in 2015, women…

Your Food, Your Mood: Turning Healthy Eating Habits into Mental Well-Being

Alexis Levine - in Mental Health

While it is no secret that a healthy diet helps maintain a healthy body, few people stop to consider the effect that their eating habits have on their mental health. Sure, caffeine can cause anxiety, alcohol can cause depression, but can eating healthy actually…

Engaging the Aging Workforce Through Targeted Health Promotion Programming

Joseph Giandonato, and Victor Tringali - in Others

It is certainly no secret that our nation's workforce, a cohort that represents 63 percent of the US population, is getting older. In 2010, US Census Bureau projected that one-third of the workforce will be age 50 or older by the year 2016. And while scores…

Three Short Words that Can Change a Colleague’s Life

Carolyn Slaski - in Column

One in four adults experience mental illness each year, and yet less than one-third receive the treatment they need. For Rachel Gerring, a partner at EY and who has been with the firm for 15 years, the effects of mental illness bled not just into her personal…