People at the gym riding exercise bikes to do cardio and improve their health.

Employee Gym Membership Discounts: Going Beyond the Rate!

Holly Iftner - in Others

As the New Year approaches, joining a gym may be high on your employees’ resolution list and offering them a gym membership discount through a gym your company has partnered with may be high on yours! Corporate discounts on gym memberships are very common,

A piggy bank with money in it, surrounded by different pills.

Creating a Financial Wellness Program

Alison Hinson - in Selling & Marketing

MMG Insurance, headquartered in Presque Isle, Maine, offers a wide variety of personal and commercial property and casualty insurances.

A black and white hypnosis spiral.

Why Hypnosis Works When Other Wellness Programs Fail

Kristin Deyle - in Others

Have you ever tried to change an unhealthy habit and failed because you couldn’t stick with it?

Stress can have a huge impact on mood and ability to function.

Mindfulness Stress Management: Get Off Autopilot and Kick the Past Out of the Present

Jacquelyn Ferguson, M.S. - in Worksite Wellness

Doesn’t it bug you when you habitually react defensively to your critical boss, a dominating parent or whomever? You swear you won’t let her get under your skin then, bam! It happens again.

These employees just engaged in a Workplace Wellness Challenge of a foot race.

Workplace Wellness Challenges – Fun, Effective, and Free!

Workplace Wellness “Challenges” - activities that engage people in becoming happier, healthier, and more energetic at work - are gaining popularity and changing lives at work.

A businessman in a hard hat, giving a thumbs up.

Corporate Wellness a Myth or Accepted Practice?

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

In the past not everyone took Corporate Wellness seriously. While for many of us, this is not just a passion, but a way of life and a commitment in the workplace, others have not felt the same way.

A nutritious platter of fresh vegetables.

Nutrition: The Ideal Foundation for Employee Wellness

Michael Tarino - in Focused

When it comes to the health of your employees, diet and nutrition offer an ideal foundation for your organization’s wellness efforts, as they can pay the

An yacht in the middle of the water, but you don't need one to be the cool company.

You Don’t Need A Boat In Your Boardroom To Be A Cool Company

Jackie Savi-Cannon - in Economics

As our corporate structures morph before our eyes, new business models and cultures are emerging. For old-school thinkers, this may seem extremely eccentric.

An obese man measuring the circumference of his stomach with a tape measure.

Can Reform Changes In Wellness Programs Impact Growing Obesity Problems Long Term?

Holly Wright - in Worksite Wellness

It is now estimated that about two-thirds of American adults are overweight or obese and the prevalence has increased 61% in the last decade.

A man playing hockey.

Hockey Legend’s Death Brings Awareness of Heart Disease

Scott Foster - in News & Insights

Retired Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks tough guy Bob Probert died recently after an apparent heart attack while boating with his family.

A road sign pointing the direction to healthcare reform.

The ACA and Worksite Health Promotion – An Overview

The passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act means a great deal to us in the “wellness” field. For the first time ever,

Three employees having a conversation at work.

What Does Wellness Mean for Companies Today?

Nancy C. Blough - in News & Insights

The cumulative effect of year-after-year increases has produced record-high costs for employers, employees and retirees.