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Since 2000, Americans went from spending approximately 9 to 23.6 hours of their time online weekly! Clearly, because technology is a priority for many, online offerings and pathways of communication are essential. A corporate wellness program is no exception. At...
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Corporate wellness programs are now offered by many major companies across a wide variety of industries. These programs can lower healthcare costs by providing wellness tools, educational resources, and online health portals. In addition to these options, many wellness programs...
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A recent article highlighted the state of workplace stress among full-time workers. The results: over 60% of the study participants said they felt stressed three or more workdays per week, on average. 70% of those employees rated their stress at...
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Before learning about corporate health coaching, turn your attention to the latest statistics. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, more than 80% of adults and adolescents in the U.S. do not get enough physical activity. In...
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A work environment filled with happier, more productive employees with improved levels of wellness can certainly indicate success. What other signs demonstrate your workplace’s custom wellness platforms are succeeding? Find out if customizable wellness options can fulfill the needs of...
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According to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the U.S. reported a staggering $147 billion dollars accumulated in medical care costs due to obesity—in one year alone. Further research indicates that most Americans do not meet official fitness...
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Understanding the impacts of workplace wellness can lead more employees to success in both their professional lives and overall well-being. At Wellworks For You, we specialize in learning what each individual company needs to improve the health of their organization....
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“Brain food” or “food for thought” are expressions with more meaning behind them than you might expect. According to a recent Harvard Health story, 95% of serotonin is produced in the gastrointestinal tract. In other words, it truly matters what...
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Many employers have experimented with health and wellness initiatives, knowing that a healthier office is also a more productive one. It’s a great idea in theory, but what do the most recent corporate wellness facts reveal about how productive workers...
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According to Harvard Business Review, employee wellness programs that focus on a disease-management element can generate $136 per program participant, per month. Additional research indicates that medical and healthcare-related costs may account for 50 percent (or more) of company expenditures...
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