Many people use the new year as a way to wipe the slate clean and to embark on a mission to improve their health and well-being. New Year’s resolutions have a bad reputation for being cliché and doomed to fail. This year, try setting small, frequent, and attainable goals so you have a full-year resolution plan to keep you on track of your goals.
Organizations of every size are becoming more interested in the health and wellness of their employees. The numbers don’t lie. It has become all too obvious that the most productive and successful companies have better profit margins and happier employees when they invest in workplace wellness programs. Here are 3 ways that organizations are benefiting from corporate wellness programs.