Eating well at work can often be a bit of a challenge. Whether it’s trying to fit in a quick lunch between back-to-back calls with clients, or trying to put together a meal plan for a meeting that everyone will enjoy, it’s easy to see how the healthiest food choices […]
You are probably familiar with the old adage “You can’t manage what you don’t measure
We all know how tough it is to go for a piece of fruit when there’s a piece of cake in the kitchen. Building a work environment where the healthy choice is the easy choice is one of the best ways you can set your employees (and yourself!) up for success.
This October, it’s time to celebrate all things small business. While we recognize small businesses for their contributions to their communities and the economy, it’s also a good time to reflect on the health of your business and your employees.
Managing mental health issues in the workplace can feel like walking through a jungle. Not understanding your legal rights and responsibilities as an employer is like walking through that same jungle, but blindfolded. Both employers and employees have legal rights and responsibilities when it comes to mental health in the […]
Chronic absenteeism is one of the most common challenges companies face today, and one with a high cost for employers. The good news is that there are steps you can take to help reduce absenteeism and its impacts.
An extended health benefits plan can be a great way to attract top-notch employees to your company. However, a traditional group insurance plan may not be affordable for your small business. Luckily, you have another option.
There’s a lot more to growing a successful business than a master plan to increase sales or expand locations. You also have to have a keen eye on the two things that allow you to keep your business’ doors open in the first place.
Workplace wellness programs can help reduce sick leave and boost employee morale and productivity. But how do find ways to engage employees and encourage participation in wellness activities?
Have you considered making healthy New Year’s resolutions for your business? Why not make 2013 the year you commit to making changes that will lead to healthier, happier and more productive employees?