The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released “final rules” on Employer Wellness Programs this week. As a USA Today
May is National Mental Health Month, and a focus on mental health is an increasing part of companies’ overall health
Launching a wellness program at your workplace is an excellent way to improve employee productivity while increasing your bottom line.
A strong approach to workplace wellness involves more than just managing obesity, physical movement, and biometric screening. As we’ve reported
According to the most recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, obesity remains a serious health epidemic
One of the simplest actions an effective workplace wellness program can take is movement — specifically, getting employees to move.
According to a recent survey, more employers are investing in wellness programs that go beyond physical health promotion to address
The Harvard Business Review recently raised an important question: “Can wellness programs help employers reduce out-of-control health care costs?” The post is
Many small business owners wonder whether there are workplace wellness programs that can work on their limited budgets — or
As discussed in our previous post some workplace wellness programs deliver big impacts on employees while others produce unintended consequences.
Workplace wellness clearly incorporates multiple business, social, and health drivers — from financial bottom lines to collective behaviors to healthy
We’ve reported recently on the role of Active Design and how architects can help improve wellness in the workplace. Today