A Secret Weapon to Help your Indoor Workers

Did you know, that according to a study by BMC Public Health, 91 percent of indoor workers have insufficient vitamin D levels? While vitamin D levels differ by occupation, spending your days inside at your desk might mean that you are missing out on the vital vitamin. Vitamin D is naturally found in a few … Continue reading A Secret Weapon to Help your Indoor Workers

Seeking Healthy Behaviour Change? Adopt a Personalized Program

TIME STAMP: 3 MINUTE READ Posted by Trista Chan Gone are the days of a "one size fits all" approach in wellness programs. Companies have realized that people are no longer interested in general wellness data, but want their own personalized approach when it comes to improving their lifestyle, and there is no shortage of … Continue reading Seeking Healthy Behaviour Change? Adopt a Personalized Program

Why Wellness Works in the Workplace

Posted by Hilary Turk Ted DeWolf, a Sales Manager from Levitt-Safety describes his positive experience with using Optimity when it was implemented into his workplace. In the post he describes his thoughts on workplace wellness and how Optimity has helped to change his workplace habits for the better. Read the Full Post Here Like many … Continue reading Why Wellness Works in the Workplace

7 Benefits of Technology in Wellness Programs

Posted by Jane Wang Technology surrounds us in our everyday life – it’s always changing, and workplace wellness is soon to be revolutionized by this. Where programs that are only in-person or web-based with no mobile access, or rely on substandard self-reported tracking methods, will never be able to truly impact the work-life habits of … Continue reading 7 Benefits of Technology in Wellness Programs

Understanding the Numbers Game – The Real ROI Story for Engagement and Wellness Programs

Posted by Jane Wang Unhealthy and disengaged employees are costing North American businesses a whopping $1,100,000,000 per year. Smart organizations are looking to wellness and engagement programs to change their costs, with the average corporate wellness program averaging at $700 per year. But the average participation rates for these programs are below 30%: many organization … Continue reading Understanding the Numbers Game – The Real ROI Story for Engagement and Wellness Programs