Phil A. Lalli, BA/APFS, is a native of East Northport, New York and is a Fitness Consultant and Professional Fitness Trainer with over 20 years experience. He currently resides in Tampa, Florida with his wife Bonnie and their 2 whippets who are part time pet therapy dogs and full time 38 mph couch potatoes.
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Everyone knows that the chunk of calendar between Halloween and New Years Eve is famous for the period of weight gain. We surely gain a little here and there around the memorial day, picnics, and various other events like birthday parties, company outings.
The surveys regarding the wellness program of your company have come back and employees have responded positively. Now the next step is to kick the idea upstairs to those who control the finances and sell them on the necessity and desire within the company.
A company can be identified by helping craft a good culture and implementing various programs to ease the process. It is not a burden for the company or any higher level employee but it helps to bring back some revenue into the corporate books.
Corporate identity is achieved by investing heavily and aggressively on advertisements and avoid spending on other departments. Attracting top talent means you will have to throw money at them, give them incentives, and provide them reasons to choose your firm.
Corporate Culture of Wellness is the best thing an organization or a senior member can ever give to their employees. It provides peace of mind among employees and they largely devote themselves to the company and that ultimately improves business.