Wellness Incentives for Workplace Health & Fitness

Wellness incentives help reward and encourage healthy employee choices like regular exercise, annual checkups, smoking cessation and nutritious cooking.

If your company isn’t already using wellness incentives, now’s a great time to start!

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The Future of Workplace Wellness

Workplace wellness trends for a healthy workplace!

Re-energy your workplace wellness activities in 2016!The focus on workplace wellness is here to stay. Healthy employees are more engaged, more productive, and help lower health care costs, so it’s in everyone’s best interest to promote workplace wellness.

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Summer’s 7 Best Employee Thank You Gifts

Employee thank you gifts show your workers that you appreciate them and value their contributions. A thank-you is especially meaningful when expressed through a personal note of appreciation, a handshake and heartfelt words of thanks, or leadership’s laudatory remarks at a special event.

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Get Healthy With Easy Workplace Wellness Strategies

Workplace wellness benefits not only employees, but your business, too! As the CDC posts in “Wellness at Work,”

“Ideally, the office should be a place that not only protects the safety and well-being of employees but also provides them opportunities for better long-term health.”

It’s an important employee benefit, but it also improves your bottom line. 

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How to Start a Workplace Wellness Program

There’s never a better time to start a workplace wellness program than now!

“When workplace wellness programs are implemented correctly by using thorough, company-specific research and planning, they have win-win potential for both the employer and the employees.”

That’s according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), in Wellness Programs: How can wellness programs benefit employers, and what are the general steps for implementing a wellness program?

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Workplace Wellness Programs that Work

National Bike Month

Workplace Wellness - National Bike MonthCapitalize on public events like the recent National Bike to Work Day to make your workplace wellness programs more effective.

Why? The more actively your employees participate in wellness activities, the healthier they’ll be.

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Thanksgiving Side Dishes Even Your Mother-In-Law Will Love

It’s Thanksgiving! Time for putting the final touches on your Thanksgiving dinner menu.  For some people that means bringing out the tried and true Thanksgiving side dishes, the age-old recipes that have become standards for your family, whether they taste particularly good or not.

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A Vegetarian Easter Holiday Dinner

Most people think of Easter dinner and imagine something heavy and carnivorous at the center of the table — a spiral-cut ham, a rack of lamb, a thick pork tenderloin.

But no one wants to leave vegetarian family and friends out of the loop, and even for the meat-eaters things can get pretty heavy.

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Comfort Winter Soups | Recipes for Recovering

Something has been going around my office, church and social circles, and it’s not a funny Facebook meme. Everyone seems to be coming down with a strange cold-flu hybrid, an exhausting, hacking, miserable illness that takes a good week to work its way out.

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4th of July – Festive Red, White and Blue Menu Ideas!

It’s almost Independence Day – the celebration of summer and all things American! Something we are all grateful for.

So put out your blanket on a grassy hill to reserve a spot for your local fireworks celebration and bring a lawn chair down to Main Street so you have a nice view of the traditional, small-town Fourth of July Parade.

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Thanksgiving Dinner Favorites – Updated

Thanksgiving may be the only time of year when the entire U.S. orders dinner off the same menu. Everyone knows the basics ingredients for a successful turkey day – mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, and cranberries.

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