Tag Archives: wellness

How to Harness the Underutilized Power of Intrinsic Motivation

March 22, 2016

If you’ve ever been offered a bonus for hitting a certain number of sales or promised yourself a scoop of mint chocolate chip ice cream for sweating on the StairMaster, you understand the power of extrinsic motivation. Using an external … Continue reading

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Wellness Programs: The Importance of Focusing on More Than Just Engagement

August 6, 2015

This article was originally published in Triple Pundit. Nearly 80 percent of employers offer some form of wellness program, according to a 2015 Business Wire survey. And for good reason: An effective program provides a slew of benefits, from increased employee … Continue reading

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This Is Where Your Employees Are Looking to Improve Their Health (and It’s Not Pretty)

August 5, 2015

As an employer, you have a vested interest in the quality of your employees’ health. Healthy employees are in the office more often, they’re more productive, and they’re less stressed. Highly stressed employees, on the other hand, take almost twice as … Continue reading

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When It Comes to Corporate Wellness, Real ROI Stems From Behavioral Changes

July 22, 2015

This article was originally published in Business2Community. Ask any office worker who’s suddenly become tethered to her Fitbit, and she’ll tell you that corporate wellness programs are all the rage right now. According to a recent survey, 79 percent of employers … Continue reading

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How to Maximize the ROI of Your Company’s Wellness Program

July 8, 2015

Business is all about results, and wellness programs are no different. If you’re one of the 90 percent of employers who offer wellness incentives, you probably want to ensure your company’s efforts are actually paying off. And there’s more to measuring … Continue reading

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Ready, aim, prepare, shoot! 4 steps to wellness that works

June 17, 2015

In today’s always-on business world, it’s harder than ever for employees to devote time to health and wellness. More and more companies are looking for creative ways to promote the well-being of their workers, but some are hesitant to adopt … Continue reading

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Meditation and yoga – too New Age for your employees? 6 top CEOs who disagree

January 23, 2015

Meditation and yoga might conjure an image of far-Eastern monks, sitting cross-legged and chanting on a remote mountaintop. Perhaps these practices even seem like self-involved and indulgent wastes of time, something for hippies, not professionals or busy executives. These are … Continue reading

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