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Communication is what makes wellness initiatives fit together.

Effective Communication with Employee Interaction

Kerry Elam - in Selling & Marketing

Let’s start this discussion with a few questions. When do you listen to what others have to say? At what point do you disengage your attention? What type of communication is most effective and captivates you to wanting to know every detail? We live in a…

Happiness at work can make the office feel like this.

Happiness At Work

Betty Finney - in Worksite Wellness

April Fools!   We had you going there for a second didn’t we? The Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress, and Corporate Wellness Magazine are committed to bringing you HR and benefits solutions that actually work. Now that we’ve all had a good…

A businessman jumping in the air enthusiastically in black and white.

Energy Boosters

Dr. Kathy Gruver - in Focused

We’ve all observed children playing. We watch for a second and then say, “Gee, I wish I had their energy.”

A woman at a table, with apples and tomatoes raining from the sky.

Eat For Energy

Celynn Erasmus - in Focused

Are you battling to bounce out of bed bright eyed and bushy tailed? Looking for more get-up-and-go to make it through 2012? Many of us may fall into the trap of not eating at all for long stretches of the day, breaking for high sugar, high fat snacks and then…

A man running with an EKG readout in the background.

Boost Your Employees’ Energy and Focus in 2011

We all understand that employee productivity boosts bottom line.

A gumball machine full of cherries rather than unhealthy food like candy.

Employees Are What They Eat – The Importance of Integrating Nutrition in Corporate Wellness

Amanda Carlson-Phillips - in Worksite Wellness

For many years, corporate wellness programs focused almost entirely on movement programming,

A Fatigued employee leaning her head against a wall.

Fatigue

“It’s puzzling, isn’t it? With so much energy throughout nature, how can anyone possibly feel fatigued? Why is fatigue a daily experience for millions of people?

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.

These tips will help you see the tress in your life, and management for the future.

7 Stress Management Tips For Corporate Type A Personalities

Dr. Jeanette Raymond - in Focused

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,

A woman sitting in a chair with poor posture.

Why Healthy Posture is So Important!

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Focused

Posture. Just mention the word and we tend to sit up straighter. We think of our mothers harping on us as children

A stick figure sitting on a red battery, out of energy.

Employee Energy Risk Management

Jayshree Davé - in Others

In business, a company’s most valuable asset is CASH. A lot of energy is focused on the management of cash flow by mitigating all risks that impact on this