If your company offers its employees a wellness program, you, as an employee, should take advantage of it and its many benefits. Not only will you feel better, but you’ll also improve your workplace relationships.
According to The Washington Post, corporate wellness programs come with a slew of privacy and discrimination concerns—especially among employees with disabilities and chronic diseases. Some people are concerned that certain aspects of wellness programs like an employee’s medical history is an invasion of privacy and will encourage discrimination based on an employee’s wellness. However, that […]
As Americans, we work pretty hard and tend to view employees who work more and sleep less as more valuable and productive. However, tired employees can actually hurt productivity.
A typical wellness program covers the basics of employee nutrition and exercise. Naturally, fitness and exercise are very important, but you shouldn’t leave emotional and mental health out of your wellness program. Otherwise, your employees could jump ship. By rounding out all health related areas for your employees, their lives will improve and in turn, […]