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Taking the Long-term View of Wellness ROI

Michael P. Curran - in Worksite Wellness

Three years ago, the Rand Corporation published a report on Worksite Wellness Programs (1) revealing positive returns on investments in disease management, as well as some disappointing results for changing lifestyle behavior. But the authors of the Rand report…

Work/Life Balance

6 Sides of a Healthy Work/Life Balance

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Worksite Wellness

  Work and home used to have much cleaner boundaries before the age of 24/7 connectivity. We blend work with just about everything, but then compartmentalize…

Making workplace wellness simple can be complicated.

Simplifying Workplace Wellness for Small and Mid-Size Businesses

Eric Brewer - in Worksite Wellness

  When it comes to workplace wellness, a “well-run play” is typically more impactful than a “perfectly drawn up” play. Workplace wellness…

exercise for busy professionals is easy to do at your desk

This One Minute Exercise for Busy Professionals is Scientifically Proven to Work

Courteney Wolfe - in Worksite Wellness

As a busy corporate professional, you may think adding exercise to your daily routine is about as easy as dodging rush-hour traffic or attending a meeting that actually ends on time. But according to a recent scientific study, exercise for busy professionals…

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The Value of Workplace Screenings

Daniel Pyne - in Worksite Wellness

Workplace screenings are a critical component of corporate wellness initiatives. By measuring key aspects of health, including blood pressure, weight, cholesterol and glucose, among others, these screenings provide valuable insights into the health of employees…

How Flow Promotes Wellness

How Flow Promotes Wellness

Dr. Camille Preston - in Worksite Wellness

As McKinsey & Company researchers report, when executives are in flow, they are five times as productive and up to seven times more creative. This means that flow is about more than feeling great—it’s also good for the bottom line. Today, a growing…

What is Workplace Wellness

What is Workplace Wellness, Really?

Written by Dr. Charles Bens - in Worksite Wellness

Many employers are struggling with the concept of workplace wellness for a number of reasons.  At the outset, some employers simply do not feel that they have any responsibility for the health of their employees.  They feel that this is a very personal responsibility…

Health Benefits of a Remote Workforce

Top 5 Health Benefits of a Remote Workforce

By Tricia Sciortino - in Worksite Wellness

The ability to collaborate, communicate and access software and information from virtually anywhere has changed people’s lives all over the world, both personally and professionally. On the personal front, it’s so much easier now to take care of household…

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Trends in Corporate Wellness in China

by Katherine Boe - in Worksite Wellness

The rapid pace of China’s development, growth, modernization hasbeen an astonishing feat and one that has some of the world’s best minds contemplating the nation’s next steps on a global stage. And as China’s market has developed and expanded, so have…

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Mindful Eating – Shifting the Focus from Weight to Well-being

Michelle May & Rebecca Johnson - in Worksite Wellness

Despite the significant time, energy, and money spent by employers on weight-focused programs, little sustainable, large-scale change has been demonstrated to date. This article will summarize the reasons weight-focused interventions fail and lay the foundation…

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New Avenue of Wellness for Working Pet Lovers

by Corproate Wellness Magazine - in Worksite Wellness

Employers nationwide are implementing ways to improve their employee’s health inside and outside of the cubicle. The goal of becoming a healthier person, makes a more productive employee. Outside of corporate wellness programs and standup desks, some…

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Making Space in the Workplace for Menopause Education

by Erin McCarthy & Cheretta Clerkley - in Worksite Wellness

What if you had the opportunity to easily address a health issue that affected the productivity of more than half of the women in your workplace? Very few employers would hesitate to leap into action when productivity is on the line. By 2020, it’s estimated…