Resource Light Wellness


Category: Corporate Wellness

Compensation and benefits, employee training and development, recruitment, employee relations, wellness programing, and building culture are on a human resources team’s list of responsibilities.  At larger companies, these responsibilities are divided across a team or even teams of people.  At smaller companies, this list often sits with one person. Finding the internal resources to support… Read more »

How Would Gmail Categorize Your Company’s Wellness Program?


Category: Corporate Wellness

On May 29th, Google announced a small but significant change to Gmail.  Google introduced a newly formatted inbox that automatically sorts emails into separate tabs.  According to Google, the new Gmail “is organized in a way that lets you see what’s new at a glance and decide which emails you want to read when.”  This… Read more »

Build Team Culture Through Wellness


Category: Corporate Wellness

Before Wellable, I worked for a large company of over 30,000 employees.  One of the best days of the year was not a day at work, but our community service day.  All 30,000 employees and summer interns were required to commit one day a year to community service.  Employees could choose from a long list… Read more »

Why Patient And Employee Wellness Programs Are Ideal For Hospitals


Category: Corporate Wellness

Wellness programs allow hospitals to improve the health and lower the medical expenses of their patient population as well as employers, including their own. With the emergence of the ACO model,hospitals will broaden their focus beyond just treating the sick to keeping people healthy by preventing expensive hospital visits.  With most of the resources for… Read more »

The Challenge of Administering Wellness To A Geographically Diverse Employee Base


Category: Corporate Wellness

Administering a wellness program to a multi-office corporation can be challenging.  Different offices may have different health and wellness needs.  Some offices are larger and have plentiful resources, while other small satellite offices may be more limited. Inevitably, there will be different resources available at different offices.  While it may be affordable to have an… Read more »

Don’t Forget To Ask Your Employees


Category: Corporate Wellness

One of the most important, but often overlooked ways to drive engagement happens well before the launch date of a wellness program. I stumbled upon a slightly dated, yet still relevant article titled “When it comes to wellness, ask employees what they want.”  This article is a reminder of a crucial step in building an… Read more »