Business of Well-being

Chipotle Mexican Grill - A Study in Sustainable Wellness

Chipotle wanted to develop a wellness program to change company culture and it garnered dismal employee participation and engagement. Chipotle had wanted to build a culture of wellness that matched its menu, a program having belief and value.

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Colleen Reilly

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March 30, 2015

Business of Well-being

Happy Hour is 9-5

I was doing some research on health and productivity and then I came across Happy Hour is 9-5 written by Alexander Kjerulf. Basically, with booming business, keeping up had become a struggle, one has to run really fast to maintain in their place.

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Colleen Reilly

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

How to Recruit Champions for your Wellness Team

All cultures have leaders-people who understand the guiding principles of the culture and can help motivate a large group. Your wellness program should meet with different reactions like enthusiasm, skepticism, interest, passion, apathy, and doubt.

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Colleen Reilly

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Keeping Employees Engaged in Wellness Throughout the Year

Whether you are launching a workplace wellness program or are managing an existing one, it is important to stay focused. A health assessment is a great initial step for all-encompassing wellness program because it identifies key health factors.

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Colleen Reilly

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

How to Create and Nurture a Wellness Culture

To achieve important business objectives, employers finally started to understand that employee wellness needs attention. It is important to have healthy, happy and engaged employees to improve productivity and lower health care costs and enjoy potential benefits.

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Colleen Reilly

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

The Home Social Networks Help Employees See Health as a Top Priority

We, humans, have a great potential to influence others and we also have the propensity to be influenced by others. When we talk about establishing or enhancing workplace wellness programs, more professionals realize that social networking needs to be a successful program.

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Colleen Reilly

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January 29, 2014

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