Employee wellness programs have become an important aspect in many companies.  Eighty percent of employees at companies that offer health and wellness programs feel appreciated and cared for by their employees.  Encouraging overall wellbeing but still keeping it fun is how wellness programs become successful.  Companies can attract top talent and decrease employee turnover by providing health and wellness programs like these:

 

-Provide branded water bottles: this promotes hydration and overall wellbeing.

-Have a monthly healthy potluck:  This is a fun way to give your employees healthy food alternatives.

-Provide healthy office snacks

-Offer plant based milks instead of dairy milks for your employee’s coffee in the morning

-Create a workplace newsletter that includes fitness trends, healthy recipes, and educational content.

-Order in lunch for the office, especially during hectic times like big projects

-Create a healthy office cookbook

-Celebrate Wellness Wednesday

-On site yoga classes

-Participate in runs together

-Host exercise challenges

-Offer flexible hours

 

There are so many more ways to include employee wellness programs. Offering wellness incentives will keep your employees happy and healthy.  Cosmo Insurance Agency has experience servicing the healthcare needs of groups ranging in size from 2 to 5,000 individuals – all with the same creativity and personal attention that will take the headache off your human resources.

 

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