Workplace Wellness Strategies

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The Importance of Nutrition in the Workplace

nutrition, employee well-being,

Is Nutrition Important to Your Company? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, health problems resulting from unhealthy eating and physical inactivity are costing the United States economy over $115 billion a year. In fact, unhealthy eating and inactivity is the second largest cause of preventable death in the U.S. behind tobacco use. Why is this

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Walk at Work: Active Employees, Healthy Employees

walk at work, walk at lunch, employee wellness programs, active employees, culture of wellness, wellbeing

Walk at Work: National Walk@Lunch Day® 2016 marks the 10th year of National Walk at Lunch Day®, which is designed to remind employees to strive for a more active lifestyle. Employees get a chance to see how taking a walk at work regularly will complement, not compete, with their busy schedules. Created to improve personal health and decrease

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Your Employees’ Well-Being Gives You Advantage, Competitive Edge

Competitive edge, business advantage; employee well-being, wellbeing; workplace culture; wellness programs

Employee Well-Being Gives You Competitive Edge It’s no secret that your employees are the forefront of your organization, and when they’re healthy and productive in their jobs, everyone comes out ahead. High-performing workers contribute to your company’s outcome with creative ideas, superior customer service and strong leadership. Check out this article from on why

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Health Literacy: Why Your Employees Need Regular Health and Wellness Education

education, healthcare costs, health literacy, worksite wellness, well-being

Health Literacy: Why Your Employees May Need Regular Health and Wellness Education “Education is the most powerful tool which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela A well-rounded employee wellness program should include multiple teaching opportunities that will empower employees to better prevent and /or manage health risks. There are many ways to achieve this,

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How Can You Begin to Create a Culture of Wellness?

worksite wellness; culture change; wellness programs

Are your employees stretched thin, burned out, unhealthy and/or unhappy? Is it time for a culture change? We talk to employees everyday who are expressing how exhausted or stressed out they are at work. These same employees are falling apart at the seams. They have high blood pressure. They are overeating and overweight. Many of

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