Supportive and HOPE Driven Leadership Assessment Results 3
Archives for 2012
Promoting Your Wellness Program Through Social Media
Are you making use of social media in your employee wellness program? According to U.S.-based incentaHEALTH, you should be. As the younger generation permeates the workforces and your older generations become more tech savvy, your employees are spending more and more time on their mobile devices and social media websites.
Employees and Health Care
A study finds that being stressed may be linked with more trips to see the doctor. Find out who we are talking to, how Canadians rate and the changing healthcare landscape.
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Flexible Benefit Plans – Supporting Employee Wellness
Historically, employee benefit plans have been provided on a one-size-fits all basis, designed to meet the perceived needs of the assumed typical employee and family. The diversity of employee needs and the advent of technology have contributed to a growing trend towards more flexible benefit arrangements. According to Green Shield Canada, flexible benefit plans continue to grow in popularity and offer employees the opportunity to select those benefits they need, while helping the employer manage benefit plan costs.
Corporate Wellness Programs – An Overview
The World Health Organization of the United Nations proposes that Depression will be the leading cause of disease burden by 2020. Mental health claims are the fastest growing category of disability costs in Canada overtaking cardiovascular disease. Why Implement A Corporate Wellness Program? The impact of stress on physical and psychological well-being and its negative […]
Corporate Wellness Programs – Vacation Benefits
Holidays are essential to healthy workers, yet three in ten put holiday on standby. The annual Expedia.ca/Ipsos Reid survey reports that 1/3 of employed Canadians are not taking all of their yearly-allotted vacation days. If your company has similar rates to the national average, your company could be in trouble.
Comprehensive Wellness Programming and Employee Assistance Programs
Employee assistance professionals can help take wellness programs to the next level by identifying employee needs, getting top-level buy-in, and assisting employees and supervisors in seeing a link between the program and their health and work. Industries rely on healthy workers to keep themselves competitive, and a comprehensive health and wellness program has emerged as a necessity in business strategy planning. But pulling together all of the components that comprise a successful wellness program can be a challenge.