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How to Increase Health and Wellness in the Workplace

November 28th, 2017

We’re coming up on the season for New Year’s resolutions, when both workers and employers make a conscious effort to change aspects of their life with health and wellness in mind. Are you looking for ways your office space could be improved?

Are you focusing on workplace health and wellness?

Employing strategies to increase the overall health and wellness of your office can be a great way to boost morale and encourage higher rates of productivity, in addition to extending the lives of your employees. Workplace stress can be as dangerous as secondhand smoke; workers who lack proper ergonomic comfort and sit for all hours of the day can experience body pain, low motivation and are more likely to quit their jobs. Read on for a couple of strategies to boost the overall health and wellness of your team.

2 Strategies for Boosting Health and Wellness at Work

  1. Encourage Higher Water Consumption

How much water do your employees drink in a day? Is it enough? Healthy water consumption is important for health and wellness; it regulates body functions, helps with alertness and encourages a more positive attitude.

  1. Help Employees Fight “Sitting Disease”

There’s a new workplace danger afoot; experts call it “Sitting Disease.” Sitting for much of the day has been linked to all kinds of negative consequences such as heart disease, obesity and high blood pressure. Encouraging frequent standing in the form of walking meetings, offering sit-to-stand desks and even having dedicated team standing breaks can add years to your team’s life expectancies and also boost their on the job productivity.

For additional on the job tips, read more articles on our blog today. In the meantime, here are the open positions this month.

Open Job Listings for November

  • Certified Nursing Assistant
  • Registered Nurse
  • Medical Assistant
  • Surgical Technician
  • Sterile Technician
  • Member Services Representative – with Medical Background, Bilingual
  • Buyer III
  • Material Handler
  • Warehouse Operations Manager
  • Administrative Assistant with Construction/Transportation Background
  • Mechanical Assembler
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Senior Accountant
  • Senior Account Clerk
  • Procurement Manager
  • Purchasing Agent
  • Payroll Administrator
  • Procurement Manager
  • Project Scheduler
  • Account Clerk
  • Customer Service Representative –Bilingual in Spanish
  • Auto CAD with Electrical Background

Want to Apply?

Do any of these job openings sound like a good fit for your skills? Complete our online application, include your resume, and contact us with any questions or concerns.

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