If you have been managing a team over the past year or two, you have seen first hand the challenges associated with maintaining a culture of employee wellness. It can be hard to get everyone on the same page when they are not even in the same room. So much of corporate culture, even with a small team, is created when people are in proximity to one another. 

Employees can connect and share ideas more fluidly when they are in person, working side by side. The last two years have not only taken that closeness and camaraderie away from us all, but we’ve also been faced with a slew of new challenges like adapting to new technology and new expectations. 

Some teams are disjointed, working from home, or even fractured by different time zones. Many mid-level managers, team leaders and department heads are rethinking the importance of corporate wellness as a means to connect employees, boost productivity, and streamline operations amidst the new normal.

You'll create:

Why should you take the lead on integrating a workplace wellness program into your team or company?

  • Healthier habits for employees that translate into fewer incidents of stress leave and sick days,
  • A higher retention rate, and,
  • Empowered teams and individuals who feel their work is valued.

Why should you take the lead on integrating a workplace wellness program into your team or company?

  • Healthier habits for employees that translate into fewer incidents of stress leave and sick days,
  • A higher retention rate, and,
  • Empowered teams and individuals who feel their work is valued.
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