The Centers for Disease Control estimate that Americans working full-timespend more than one third of their day at the workplace, five days a week. Considering that the other third of the day is taken by sleeping, that means people spend most of their day and week (and life) at work.
March is National Nutrition Month, making it a great time to either start or continue a conversation about healthy living with employees. Employee health and wellness programs continue to be popular to both motivate employees to make healthy choices and to lower the cost of healthcare for employers.
As we all set out upon a still fairly new year, it’s around now that the pledges we made on New Year’s Day to be healthier and lose some weight start to fade. If you’re working on implementing an employee health and wellness program, now is a perfect time to develop a strategy to ensure your program endures broken resolutions.