The way employees are getting reviewed is changing. While some companies have done away with annual reviews completely, others are adopting a more on-going review approach.
The latest trend in workplace wellness is the creation of worksite health clinics. These clinics provide primary medical care and rehabilitation services to a company’s employees and their dependents.
A new study reports the early results of some companies who created these onsite clinics for their workers.
Time and time again, there is one main reason employees cite for leaving one job for another: “My manager sucked.”
This boils down to culture. A company culture that allows managers to perform poorly will be a company with a high turnover rate. Poorly performing management teams could be due to managers themselves being overworked or by not being managed well from above.
Corporate offsite retreats are staple in the world of company culture. Company retreats can be a refreshing break from the daily grind.
And a key component to the whole thing is location, location, location.
Whenever we book new clients for a table massage event, we like to give them an idea of what to expect. It’s particularly helpful for companies that have never had a massage event or program before, so they can be prepared.
We put together this guide as a way to help companies understand what to expect at their upcoming table massage event.
The inventor of the chair massage should win a Nobel Peace Prize, or at least be nominated. That being said, who should we credit?
In our modern society chock full of office workers that are slaves to the computer and all the terrible postures that come with it, chair massage is a godsend. Chair massage without even having to leave the office easily brings this relaxing and restorative therapy to the masses. But we didn’t come up with the concept. So who did?