A Long Look at Office Well-being

Posted by Jane Wang on April 28, 2016

Managing work life and personal life is a continuous struggle for most professionals. It is especially apparent in the professional services industry. When you are in a client-facing position, where billable hours dictate your performance and compensation, it is not always an easy task to juggle work assignments and personal issues at the same time.
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Topics: Wellness trends, HR, Best Practice, Case Study

The State of Affairs with Engagement for Corporate Wellness Programs

Posted by Jane Wang on April 14, 2016

Your people are your corporate competitive advantage. Most progressive leaders are actively investing in employee wellness. However, despite the amount of work that goes into implementing on-site and digital wellness programs, most corporate initiatives fail to engage 3 out of 4 employees. Let's spend a little time dissecting what is happening and offer some food for thought.

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Topics: Wellness trends, Employee Engagement

5 Activities for Workplace Zen

Posted by Ian King on April 10, 2016

Our team at Optimity often laugh about the buzzing, dizzying professional world we inhabit as a wellness company. Indeed, it has been a hectic season again. Our organization runs lean and everyone wears a lot of hats. The demand on time and energy is high every day. So under this relentless drum for productivity and progress, we are determined to stay sunny and upbeat.

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Topics: Tips, HR, Stress Management