Category: Wellness

Finding the Energy to Get Through the Workday

Workday

Do you find yourself yawning and 2 PM? Slogging your way through the morning meeting? Needing a nap when you finally get home? Finding the energy to make it through the workday can be difficult. Here are our tips for harnessing enough so you can get more done!

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Are Treadmill Desks Really That Effective?

Treadmill Desks

  As all-around fans of workplace wellness, we spend lots of time monitoring the health initiatives and wellness trends that arise every few years. One of the biggest developments in workplace wellness, the treadmill desk, has grown popular in the last few years, with manufacturers releasing new models and workplaces embracing the new work stations. […]

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Fact or Fiction: Is Coffee Really Good for You?

As you may have heard, today is International Coffee Day! The question is: to sip, or not to sip? Traditional wisdom has told us that drinking coffee is unhealthy, but the many different coffee-related studies in the news in recent years have many coffee lovers rejoicing over the supposed health benefits of drinking a daily […]

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Is it Time to Evaluate Your Workplace Wellness Program?

Workplace Wellness

Once a new and seemingly “trendy” benefit, workplace wellness programs have proved their longevity. Employees have grown to embrace and expect wellness initiatives, and more and more companies  are offering programs that improve employee health in order to stay competitive and improve their overall workforce. However, it’s important that your business doesn’t just adopt wellness initiatives and […]

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Healthcare Workers not Taking Sick Days Despite Patient Risk

Many healthcare workers such as physicians and advanced practice clinicians (APC), registered nurse practitioners, physicians assistants and midwives reported to work while sick, fully realizing that their patients could be at risk according to a small JAMA Pediatrics survey conducted online.  Working While Sick for Patients to Be Well The survey found that while most people […]

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Workplace Wellness Ideas You’ll Love

Workplace wellness programs are becoming more and more popular. They reduce health costs, but more importantly, workplace wellness programs boost employee morale and make the work environment healthier as well. Sometimes implementing these types of programs for the first time is challenging–you don’t know what programs will be the most effective and cost-efficient for your […]

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Workplace Wellness: A New Priority

Companies Increasingly Value Workplace Wellness Workplace wellness has become a priority in recent years as companies focus their attention on gaining an edge over competitors by attracting and retaining new talent. A big part in this shift is in placing wellness features into workplace building designs and finding ways to make buildings energy-efficient and environmentally […]

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Your Workers Expect Workplace Wellness. Are You Delivering?

When it comes to hunting for a new employer, job candidates can be choosy. They want challenging work, great benefits and a corporate culture that invests in them. Many organizations offer precisely these things, but it’s the company that offers a workplace wellness program that is likely to get the most desirable candidate. Nowadays, prospective […]

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Why Some People Think Workplace Wellness Programs Aren’t Fair

Wellness Testing

Most people can agree that workplace wellness programs are an excellent idea. Employees who participate in workplace wellness activities are generally more satisfied with their work and tend to lead healthier lives. However, some organizations are running into problems because they require health tests in connection with their workplace wellness program. ARCpoint Labs is definitely […]

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Caffeine Alternatives for Your Employees

Drinking Water

People rely on coffee or other caffeine alternatives to get through the day. Unfortunately, most of these coffee drinkers are addicted to caffeine and may find it difficult to operate without it. Being hooked on caffeine is not just in the drinker’s imagination, says a new study published by Johns Hopkins Medical School. The study […]

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