A blog about creating healthy company cultures.

May 13, 2019

Workplace Wellness Fails for Two Reasons

A recent clinical study is making the rounds this spring about the lack of short term evidence workplace wellness contributes to positive economic outcomes. Instead of damaging workplace wellness, this only proves my point that we can’t focus on ROI when it comes to workplace...

June 26, 2018

Why Your Wellness Practice Should Mirror Your Core Values

You may think your core life values are completely unrelated to your wellness practice, but the two actually go hand in hand. If you don’t know what your core values are, you’re going to have a harder time making a strategic plan for your long-term...

January 31, 2018

Why Our Insurance Costs so Much

As someone who has helped all sizes and types of employers set up benefits for their employees for more than 12 years now, I get asked at every meeting why their rates are so expensive.  I see employees struggling to include their spouse and children...

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I’ve chosen to be quieter online as of late because our 3rd and 4th quarters at work, coupled with holiday obligations (and enjoyment thereof), really leave me feeling drained and in need of a major recharging after the 1st.  It gives me time to reflect...

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Wellness Surveys: A Key On-going Step

Before you kick off any type of workplace wellness program, you need to consider your culture and surveying employees is a great way to integrate the population’s needs into your wellness initiative.  They should always be done anonymously and using an online tool goes such...

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Owning the Architecture of Our Well-being

Well-being is a general term for the condition of an individual or group, for example their social, economic, psychological, spiritual or medical state; high well-being means that, in some sense, the individual or group’s experience is positive, while low well-being is associated with negative happenings. For...