When businesses invest in corporate wellness solutions, they naturally expect a return on investment (ROI). To ensure that employers and employees reap the full benefits of an employee wellness program, there are a number of factors to consider. For example,...
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Did you know that the American employee typically goes out for lunch twice a week on average? At a minimum of $10 spent at each lunch outing, that leads to an expenditure of $936 per year. While dining out yields...
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While several studies, reports, and evidence point to elements such as routine assessments, management involvement, clear implementation, and evaluation as the makings of successful employee wellness programs, what is the opinion of your employees? While employers have much to gain...
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There’s much to be learned from the phrase “continuity of care.” While the concept generally refers to the inclusivity of various areas of health led by a primary care physician, the process can be found and spearheaded elsewhere. Many workplace...
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If you’d like to learn more about how to help employees quit smoking, Wellworks For You can help. In addition to offering customizable smoking cessation programs, we also have a diverse range of programs to help newly non-smokers to continue...
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According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, there are many occupations that require sitting. Jobs associated with applications, software, bus driving, schools, accounting, and insurance sales were among the highest sedentary jobs, with employees spending between 80% to 90%...
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Many comprehensive employee wellness programs offer a biometric screening service to assess a variety of potential health concerns. Biometric screenings can be beneficial to both employees and employers. For the employee, a biometric screening produces key insights into levels of...
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Now is the perfect opportunity for employer and employee to unite in the effort to work toward improved health and wellness. With growing evidence to support the benefits that come from wellness in the workplace, like reduced absenteeism, healthcare savings,...
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The types of wellness programs implemented by businesses over the last decade have exploded. Why? According to a recent article, upwards of $225 billion is spent per year in employee-related illnesses and injuries—that’s $1,685 per employee. In addition to cost...
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Keep Yourself Feeling Spry and Fly—Five Spring Fitness Tips to Try When spring has sprung, you’ll naturally want your exercise regimen to be fun. After all, everything is blooming and the sun is (sometimes slowly) making its way through residual...
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