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Naming Your Corporate Wellbeing Program

Giving your corporate wellbeing program a name can be a strategic step in gaining engagement in the program. The wrong name can be a turn-off; a great name can entice employees to participate. Key Considerations Make sure the program name is a good fit for your overall employer brand. Consult with your marketing team before …

Why is it that one company invests more than $2,000 annually per employee in wellness, yet an employer in the same office complex balks at spending $60 for their employees? While the gap between employers offering a wellness program and those who do not is shrinking, we must ask “Why?” As more employers embrace wellness, …

Employees quit

HR Updates & Reminders: October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month: After skin cancer, breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer among women in the U.S. A staggering one in 8 women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime, and women with the BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutations have a 7 in 10 chance of developing breast …

The Surprising Role Forgiveness Plays in Employee Wellness

Forgiveness. It’s a frequent point of discussion in religious settings, but does it belong in the workplace? Within two minutes, I hope you find the answer to be YES as we discover that forgiveness is an essential component of well-being and, like gratitude, belongs in our employee wellness strategies. Certainly, a work environment would be …

Walking challenge at work.

Walking Challenge – The Starting Line Just the word “challenge” can send some employees into their best competitive mode and others hiding behind the ficus tree in the break room.  That’s why a walking challenge for the benefit of your employee’s health can be a tricky proposition to implement and have high participation rates. The Benefit Company …

Of all the effective means to driving utilization of new employee benefits, one consideration stands above the rest. One thing matters more than any other when it comes to employees embracing a new benefit offered by the employer. Above all else, the employee wants to know: “What’s in it for me?” The ability to communicate …