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Employee Bike Share Programs

Memphis may not have a citywide bike share program yet, but many businesses across the nation are finding these programs to be a great addition to their employee wellness initiatives.   According to an article published in Imperial Valley News, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) recently announced their new bike share program. Dr. Ron Chapman, CDPH director and state health officer, unveiled its employee Bike Share program on Bike to Work Day, Thursday, May 15 with 6... Read More
Posted by Tara Hill at Monday, May 19, 2014

The Best Food and Drinks to Consume at Work

* If you are an employer that provides snacks during the work day consider incorporating these foods as a healthy alternative, if not, share this article with your employees in your next company newsletter or post it on a bulletin board in your break room! * Do you ever hit that 3 o’clock slump? Feel tired or stressed out at work? If so, here are some foods and drinks that may boost your health, productivity, and energy throughout the day. Black Tea – Daily cups of tea may... Read More
Posted by Tara Hill at Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Short-Term Wellness Committees Keep Plans on Track

The tendency is to recruit the most qualified committee members and hang on to them for long periods of time, but the new idea is that companies need wellness committees that don’t last. Experts now suggest that large organizations limit the size of their committee to 20 people broken into four teams of four or five subcommittee members that tackle a specific project, which can be completed in three months or less. When a specific project is complete the committee will disband and a new... Read More
Posted by Tara Hill at Wednesday, May 7, 2014

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