A short-term corporate wellness initiative sounds like a great idea. You want to invite your employees to take on a new challenge and get healthier. After all, healthier employees are less likely to be absent or to find themselves distracted by chronic health problems--not to mention the fact that a healthier workplace is often a happier one.
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Many companies eager to enact corporate wellness programs have begun encouraging employees to eat better and exercise more only to find that it is remarkably challenging to actually achieve these goals.
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80% of Americans don't get the recommended amount of exercise each week, and it doesn't help that many adults' days are spent in an office building practically glued to their chairs in front of a computer. Workplace wellness programs are seeking to address these issues.
So your employees aren't really doing it for you these days. They're not-so-slyly checking their Instagram at five-minute increments, you have mistaken several of them for actual zombies and overall productivity has taken a nosedive. Time to find new employees, right?
Staying fit when you are in college is certainly not one of your priorities, but you also don't want to let yourself go and forget about your health - exercise and eating healthy is beneficial to your body and mind alike.
Every employer would love to know that their employees look forward to going to work. When people love their jobs, it creates a better atmosphere for everyone. Who doesn't want to be happy in the position where they spend 40+ hours of every week? And who doesn't want to be around happy coworkers