HealthWire: February 2017
Video: Finding your “why”
HealthFitness Account Manager Gina knows that delivering high-touch, high-impact health and well-being solutions takes more than just focusing on a desired goal; it requires a whole-person view that recognizes multiple dimensions of well-being. And the payoff can be life-changing for everyone involved. Watch the short video: Finding your “why.”
Keep employees moving with virtual fitness
Vice President, Program Management & Engagement Ann Wyatt shares how virtual fitness can help employees meet wellness program goals in a recent TalentCulture article, “How virtual fitness can help employees overcome barriers to success.”
New research demonstrates how participation in coaching helps move the needle
Our latest research reveals how participation in coaching offers our clients measurable cost savings, health behavior improvement, risk reduction and high satisfaction. Learn more about our health coaching research in this news release.
How workplace well-being improves our collective health
Our CFO Steve Alavi demonstrates why it’s imperative that employers foster and maintain a company culture where well-being can be a priority in a recent HR Dive article, “The stakes are too high not to prioritize well-being in the workplace.”
8 ways to help your employees find time for fitness
If you asked your employees if they wanted to get more exercise, most would agree that they would like to be more physically active, but finding time for fitness is challenging. Read the blog from Vice President, Program Management & Engagement Ann Wyatt and learn how to help your employees make fitness a priority.
Did you miss the February 21 HealthFitness Webinar on health coaching?
On February 21, Cherie Buraglio, senior director, product management; and Jack Baker, senior research analyst, provided insight on our latest research around health coaching.
It’s not too late to watch the webinar. Contact your Account Manager to request a recording of the webinar, “Health Coaching: Employees’ Loss is Your Gain.”
Michelin Is Moving the Needle: How to Engage the Disengaged
Mark your calendar and join us at the Human Resource Executive® Health & Benefits Leadership Conference Wednesday, April 19, 1:45 – 2:45 p.m., to learn how our client Michelin is moving the needle in employee wellness.
Barry Cross, senior director of Total Rewards-Compensation, Benefits & Retirement, Michelin North America; and Tim K. Peters, senior director, client strategy & growth, HealthFitness, will share how Michelin faced and overcame challenges to engaging its employees in wellness at its multiple plant locations in the United States.