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Corporate Wellness and the Rise of Artificial Intelligence

Lewis Fein - in Technology

Corporate wellness is more than an exercise on behalf of promoting the benefits of exercise. It is more than the promotion of fitness and nutrition, with incentives (financial or otherwise) to lose weight, or reduce the risk of high blood pressure, stroke,…

Doctor's Day - Stress and Burnout

Happy Doctor’s Day! But Doc, Please Don’t Quit…

Jeanine Joy - in Mental Health

Dear Doctor, I am writing to wish you Happy Doctor’s Day on the 175th anniversary of the first use of ether anesthetic during surgery, the day selected as a national day to honor your service and sacrifices. Today I hope you will take time for some self-care.…

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Corporate Wellness Panel Discussion – Diversity In Corporate Wellness Programs

Daniel Pyne - in Others

Last week, GHR’s Christina Hunting sat down with four wellness professionals from all across the wellness industry – Bill McPeck, Consultant, Trainer, and Coach; Valerie Echter, Corporate Wellness Consultant, Echter Lifestyles; Romy Antoine CEO & Chief…

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The Office Eeyore: How They Negatively Impact the Workplace

Rebecca Gicante - in Worksite Wellness

Weekday mornings start the same for many of us. The alarm buzzes, we reluctantly roll out of bed, and then prepare ourselves for the upcoming day. It’s a fairly regimented daily routine, which is necessary if we want to get to work, or elsewhere, on time.…

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The Power of Vacation in Employee Wellness

Elizabeth Halkos - in Mental Health

How important is vacation? It can be summed up in one sentence: rested employees are more productive employees. Taking vacation can reduce stress, help prevent burnout and promote work-life balance by allowing for more time to be spent with family, significant…

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How to Determine if Your Employees are Burned Out

By Paul White, PhD - in Mental Health

I see a lot of “burned out” (or “flaming out”) employees. People who are emotionally, relationally and physically worn down. Responsible individuals that have “given all they’ve got” (usually in multiple areas of their lives) and don’t have…

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3 Health and Wellness Trends You Need to Watch in 2017

Alexis Levine - in Others

Thanks to rapid improvements in technology the health and wellness industry is constantly evolving. Over the past few years, through the use of wellness portals and the accompanying technology, it has become much easier to accurately monitor one's health,…

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Corporate Wellness Magazine – The Best Way to Be Seen, Read and Talked About

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Others

You know that our annual congress pulls in over 2,000 attendees every year and this year we’re already getting to standing room only capacity. And you know that every year we hand out thousands of our flagship print publication that features topics on the…

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How Thermal Comfort Can Impact Your Bottom Line

Rebecca Gicante - in Worksite Wellness

Last week, I decided to take a moment to sort through my closet. I leaned in and started shuffling the hangers from left to right so that I could identify each item. While doing this, I realized that clothes for every season were hanging in there. Short sleeved…

Leveraging data to improve health

How Leveraging Data Can Improve Well-being

Pam Mortenson - in Worksite Wellness

Data analytics has emerged and grown as a critical tool throughout the healthcare industry, and workplace health and benefits are no different. As workplace well-being programs continue to evolve, data analytics plays a key role in both shaping program development…

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Generation Z – The ‘Just Google-it’ Generation

Kim Bassett - in Others

Imagine growing up in a world where Google has always existed. Where Facebook is as much of a staple as Nickelodeon or the Johnny Carson Show. A world where terrorists and 9/11 are not only a reality but also a history lesson, told and explained to them like…

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Carrots, Sticks or Knowledge: Is Your Wellness Program Making the Right Choice?

Dr. Jeanine Joy - in Worksite Wellness

Is your organization using carrots or sticks in an effort to improve outcomes in your corporate wellness program? Do you understand what the research shows about offering carrots for outcomes people are already intrinsically motivated to accomplish? Intrinsic…