Working 4 Wellness is a uniquely specialized, highly qualified resource for corporate wellness and fitness education for employees. An effective employee wellness program is a great way for employers to reduce healthcare costs, increase productivity, and improve engagement and overall well-being. Other benefits for implementing an employee wellness program are:
Our Working 4 Wellness focuses on the physical, emotional and mental well- being. Whether you are looking to change or improve your company's culture or simply want to reduce your healthcare cost, we offer a selection of employee wellness program packages that are flexible to meet your organization's employee wellness needs.
Studies suggest that people who exercise during the workday experience less mid-afternoon fatigue than those who don't. Our group fitness instructors are certified and/or have the necessary license to teach their corresponding group fitness class. We bring a unique approach to physical fitness that will keep your employees engaged, fit, healthy, and coming back for more!!
A health risk assessment (also known as a health risk appraisal) is an instrument used to collect health information, to assess an individual's health status, risks, and habits. An HRA can engage employees in their health, shape lifestyle choices, and promote prevention, HRAs can be enormously effective.
Our questionnaire includes:
Our reports translate the data collected into beneficial actions. We provide personalized, clear reports for employees about their own health risks. We also create an employer report that includes health education and tips or referral to specific services.
What's the first thing you feel like doing after having a frustrating day at work? Coming home and complaining to your spouse, roommate, or best friend, right? Commiseration and validation of our emotions feels good, and usually brings us closer to others when we feel like they understand our experiences or feelings.
While you're actually at work, though, it can be difficult for employees to share their emotions in an appropriate or constructive way. Employees may worry that venting frustration, anger, or disappointment could get them labeled as a problem employee and hurt their chances of promotion and success at work. But what if there was a way for your company to participate in the same type of commiseration and validation you experience in your personal life within a work setting?
Wellness Coaching boosts program engagement and research shows that live wellness coaching has led current health programs to boost their enrollment and continued long-term engagement. Using one-on-one wellness coach can be conducive to engaging those who may not otherwise be inclined to participate in a wellbeing program. Plus, the personalization of a wellness coach encourages accountability and fosters a sense of validation and motivation.
Ultimately, by having a professional guide your employees personally, they are more likely to stick it out through challenges.
Our Behavioral Wellness Program offers critical incident stress management support services to managers and employees to help them cope with the impact of any workplace event that may disrupt the present or future productivity of your workforce due to psychological stress or trauma. Traumatic or stressful incidents may take a toll not only on individual employees, but on the organization itself. Critical Incident Stress Management services may reduce the potential for absenteeism, low morale, diminished productivity, employee turnover, and disability claims. Debriefings provide an opportunity for attendees to talk about what happened and to process the emotional and psychological impact of the event. A debriefing offers a safe environment for employees to share thoughts and feelings and support one another. The facilitator helps to normalize their responses to the event, provide information about stress management and/or coping with grief, and inform about possible resources including the EAP. CISM's services can be delivered to a group of employees or individually. The facilitator also may make available educational handouts specific to the incident.
Examples of critical incidents