June 6, 2017 Amelia Wilcox

3 Essential Corporate Wellness Ideas

Keeping employees happy and healthy means having a robust wellness program. But that doesn’t mean just offering a gym membership and calling it a day. We interviewed HR experts from various companies and business sectors to hear what works best in their companies. We’ve compiled a few essential corporate wellness ideas.

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Corporate Wellness Ideas: 3 Key Areas of Wellness to Keep Employees Healthy

 

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1. Physical Wellness at Work

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The gold standard for a corporate wellness program is something that addresses the physical health and wellness of your employees.

That could mean offering a free or discounted gym membership, organizing a walking group at lunch times, or bringing in a nutritionist to help employees reach and maintain optimum health.

In-office massage programs also provide a wellness service that can reduce injuries or muscle knots, and can also speed up recovery from an old injury.

Related: 6 Corporate Wellness Program Ideas to Take You Beyond the Gym

 

2. Mental Health Support at Work

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Through the use of Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs), more companies are offering a variety of mental health services to their employees.

Usana Health Sciences has seen success with their employee stress management program, which includes a big emphasis on mental and emotional health. They offer employees a 6-week stress management program, comprised of a lecture series and stress management techniques.

Related: Mental Health Support at Work

 

3. Financial Wellness Services for Employees

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In addition to mental and physical wellness, companies can offer employees resources in financial wellness too. Since so much stress can come from financial issues, offering financial services and support can go a long way to keeping employees happy.

Some common financial wellness services include understanding investments, how to maximize their 401(k), and planning for retirement.

Related: The New Employee Stress Relief: Financial Wellness Programs at Work

 

 

Amelia Wilcox

Amelia Wilcox

Amelia Wilcox is the Founder and CEO of Zenovate formerly Incorporate Massage a leader in corporate massage since 2010. Her high-growth B2B company who’s platform provides employee stress management tools that arm businesses with actionable data and positive employee experiences to improve wellbeing, boost morale, and increase engagement.

Amelia has exponentially grown her company from a solo living-room service business to an international technology brand.

Awards
Recently listed as a Forty Under 40, Fast 50, Inc 5000 Twice awarded National Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year

Licenses, Certifications & Memberships
Licensed Massage Therapist since 2002
Member of American Massage Therapy Association
Served on Utah Worksite Wellness Council from 2012-2015

Education
Attended Utah College of Massage Therapy
Educated in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology at the University of Utah

Publications
Massage Magazine (AMTA's publication)  

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