Wellness apps offer employees the opportunity to look after their health, and employers get the sense of direct contribution towards their employees. Wellness apps come with all-around features that impact people's lives.
Bid farewell to the hot heat and welcome the shorter days and cooler temps. This time of year seems to be when many people hibernate and slow down from their hectic summer lifestyles. Perhaps it's because there are fewer hours of sunlight around this time of year.
For healthy well-being, it’s important that you move. It is never too late to make a difference! People who exercise may not only avoid developing sitting disease but also lower their risk of stiff neck, restore strength, and even experience psychological benefits.
Having a healthy lifestyle involves being physically active. A few health benefits can be seen immediately after physical activity, even if it is brief. Because of busy work schedules, lack of self-confidence, or cost-effectiveness constraints, getting physical activity into your daily routine can be challenging. Long work hours and busy schedules with zero breaks can drain you mentally and physically. In today's hustle culture, breaks have become things of luxury rather than necessity. As a
Yoga in the workplace has grown in popularity in recent years, whether you call it corporate yoga, employee yoga, or office yoga. Stress and overwork culture are also contributing to its growth. Nevertheless, employee health and well-being concerns have continued to rise. The concept of employee wellness is no longer limited to square box ideas, and it has become more holistic, incorporating all dimensions of wellness. It is well known that yoga contributes significantly to employees' mental
Today's work and personal life dynamics are completely different from how it was a few decades ago. In the wake of the pandemic, work culture and other aspects of life have changed drastically worldwide. For many of you, these past few years have been quite stressful. It cannot be easy to cope with new challenges, like working from home or dealing with lockdowns. The pandemic has led to an increase in anxiety, depression, loneliness, and boredom. Some of you may have taken comfort in alcohol
There will always be a need for vaccines, and everyone needs to stay current on their shots. National Immunization Awareness Month is in August. Use the resources at your disposal, such as books and tools, to spread awareness at work. It might even save a life!
Emotional intelligence is a critical component of today’s workplaces. It will provide new opportunities and allow you to interact with others. It creates an environment in which employees feel safe to express and communicate.
Night-shift work affects individuals at the biological level. Such individuals have a higher risk of mental health and mood disorders. Being on a nocturnal work schedule can disrupt circadian rhythms and sleep deprivation. Employers need to take this matter into their hands.