Corporate Wellness programs primarily focus on aspects of physical health, but mental fitness is an area worth exploring. While it may be hard to imagine
With the recent explosion of corporate health and wellness over the past decade, we have witnessed the evolution of a genuine stand-alone health industry.
Over the past few months, we have noticed some key indicators emerging that support our view that stress is manifesting itself in new ways as a result of the recession.
Corporate Wellness Magazine recently had privilege sit down on a recent trip to Washington D.C. and spend a few minutes with Dena Pflieger who is Global Health
Providing health benefits to employees is expensive, but poor employee health carries a high price, too. Increasingly, employers are moving away from viewing health benefits
For a myriad of reasons, it’s now crystal clear that social networking has gone mainstream. The 35+ age group is the fastest growing demographic online and Facebook now has 350 million
Established by Congress in 1946, FOH is the largest provider of occupational health and wellness services to the Federal government, serving more than 360 Federal
Proactive, forward-thinking companies do what is necessary to ensure that employees are mentally, emotionally and physically healthy. These companies
Research has linked chronic stress with increased risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, and other potentially serious conditions. Chronic stress decreases
All too often in my practice, I’m confronted with the words, “I’m too busy to eat healthy.” It’s easy during the busy corporate day to just grab and go, or just to snack and go.
Forty year old Hugh, father of two, loved the fast pace, driven corporate world. It put a zing in his step, gave him the best reason to get up and go each morning,
Whether you are just launching a workplace wellness program or you are managing one that is already well under way, it is important to stay focused on keeping employees
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