Using ‘employee engagement’ and ‘employee participation’ interchangeably? You need to read on…

When business and health-promotion professionals talk about workplace wellness and workplace culture, they often use words like “participation” and “engagement” to describe goals related to employees’ involvement in specific programs/events and the overall company and its mission. “Participation” and “engagement” get tossed around loosely and often used as one in the same. However, there are…

You can pack a lot of important #employeebenefits info into 140 characters

When it comes to Twitter and business applications, most people think in terms of reaching external audiences — customers, clients, contacts, etc. However, Twitter can be effective for connecting with employees on matters such as health, wellness, benefits, and workplace culture. You can use Twitter for all kinds of communications: Employee recognition — “@JohnDoe: Thanks…

The subtle but powerful difference…

Do you use the words “wellness” and “wellbeing” interchangeably? If you’re like most people, you often do and don’t realize that when it comes to the workplace, there is a subtle but powerful difference. In many business environments, “wellness” and “wellness programs” have become synonymous with physical health, according to Dr. Rosie Ward and Dr.…

To create the workplace of your dreams… Focus on creating thriving organizational wellbeing

Do you want your organization to flourish, and be the place where talented and passionate people not only want to work but are practically tearing down the doors to get in?

Do you wish there was a way to develop tomorrow’s company leaders today and to give them the tools and experience they need to be successful in the future? If so, then you need to focus on creating thriving organizational wellbeing.