Archive for May, 2016

Why Your Wellness Program Must be Proactive, Not Reactive

Why Your Wellness Program

Most organizations work hard to provide effective health insurance for employees. At the same time, they strive to minimize the cost of coverage. This means switching carriers or choosing plans that shift more of the expense to the employees. Too often organizations focus all of their efforts on insurance when they and their workers might […]

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How to Maintain Good Posture in a Desk Job 

Posture

Bad posture causes a myriad of problems relating to the neck, shoulders, and back. It can also alter hormone levels in the body, give you a headache, and even affect how you breathe. If you’re used to sitting a lot because you have a desk job, it’s even more important for you to maintain good […]

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More Than Manners: Health Benefits of Good Posture

Posture

Most people have clear memories of their parents and teachers encouraging them to use good posture. This was mostly considered good manners. A straight back makes a person seem honest, attentive and straightforward. However, research indicates that good posture doesn’t just make you seem more polite. It can also improve your health. Here is a […]

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4 Fun Ways to Encourage Your Employees to Get Fit

Employee Fitness

Some people naturally gravitate toward a fit lifestyle. For those who don’t, the battle for fitness is an ongoing one. While the decision to be healthier is largely an individual one, there are things that employers can do to encourage their workers. If you’d like to improve employee fitness, give these four methods a try.

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