As an employer, your company should set the tone for its employees
American employees often spend many long hours working. Whether their day has them seated at a desk in front of a computer, or rushing from one meeting to the next, their job may be posing serious risks to their mental and physical well-being.
You have the opportunity to make a difference; it may be time to explore workplace wellness and its impact on your company’s bottom line.
Keeping employees healthy is the key to your company’s long-term success
Busy executives have greater responsibility in their personal and professional lives than ever before. Improving the work environment by providing programs designed to adopt and maintain healthy behaviors, it is easier for employees to find a balance that fits their challenging schedules.
The number one reason why workplace wellness is important is when your staff feels good they are able to work more effectively and efficiently. By reducing health risks and improving the quality of life for staff members, you will be supporting your employees’ wellness and in turn cultivating a high energy workforce.
The distressing statistics
Depression is one of the most widespread and prevalent mental health issues in the United States and its cost to corporate America is staggering. It’s important that your company be prepared by having a plan in place if an employee reports a mental health concern.
Impacting the work environment both socially and economically
Movement is life. By allowing your employees time to be physically active you can help boost their health. You will help build confidence, increase energy, encourage better life choices, and improve mood.
Whether your staff members need to power through a project for work, or clear their minds for a critical meeting, they will achieve higher levels of clarity and insight. When faced with the task of making demanding decisions they will have the upper hand.
Companies all over the world are recognizing that workplace wellness and its impact on your company’s bottom line matters.
I am a corporate wellness consultant. As a master yoga instructor, I support in-house wellness programs, seminars, trade shows and executive retreats. I help business leaders build and maintain physical and mental well-being. If you would like to learn more about offering a health and fitness program to your busy management team contact me at [email protected] or 386.871.0582
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