Tag Archives: employee wellness

NEWS: LifeDojo corporate wellness research study reveals significant improvements in employee health, job satisfaction

October 21, 2015

Corporate wellness firm LifeDojo Inc., together with client partner Komoto Healthcare, have announced the results of a 6-month wellness program study. The program, led by Danielle Colayco, PharmD, MS, Director of Health Outcomes & Value Strategy at Komoto Healthcare, achieved … Continue reading

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Stress: The Badge of Honor That’s Harming Your Staff

October 15, 2015

This article was originally published in Talent Zoo. If you were to ask employees anywhere on the globe whether or not they enjoy being stressed, chances are pretty good you would get a hard “no” across the board. Even if … Continue reading

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The Threat That May Be Stunting the Success of Your Wellness Program

September 25, 2015

You’ve developed your wellness program rollout plan, sent out the emails, and put up the posters to promote it. Your wellness program is finally off the ground and running — with one problem. No matter how great your program offering … Continue reading

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Building Buzz: 10 ideas for marketing your next wellness program

September 9, 2015

If your company is launching a new wellness initiative next year, what will you do to ensure the program’s success? The best program and participation rates require planning, pre‑engagement and much more. To get high rates of participation and engagement … Continue reading

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Is Your Wellness Program a Slave to Fads or Backed by Science?

September 2, 2015

It’s impossible to watch TV these days without being bombarded by fad diets and products claiming to be the next health miracles — green coffee bean supplements that allegedly burn fat or red palm oil promising to guard against Alzheimer’s … Continue reading

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The 3-step process for creating better habits across your team

August 20, 2015

As a leader, it’s your job to ensure you’re always pushing your employees to form positive workplace habits. But like any ingrained routine, it takes more than motivation for it to truly sink in. Even the most promising change can … Continue reading

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