Health and Wellness tips for Small businesses

There are times during the year that sickness spreads through the office and a handful of employees have to pull the weight and work overtime.

To encourage health and wellness in the workplace, take measures to ensure that your employees are practicing a healthy lifestyle.  Offer breaks during the work day, keep healthy snacks on hand, and create a slack channel where you talk about your fitness activities.

Follow these steps to motivate employees to stay healthy and happy:

Encourage breaks during the work day.


Schedule some fun activities that do not take a huge chunk out of the work day, but do give your employees a much needed a deserved break.

Schedule mini massages (if you’re feeling fancy), call in some fun physical fitness activities, or schedule a group painting class.

Treat your employees like family.


Ask about their weekends, family, and spouses.  Having a personal relationship with your employees show that you care and appreciate them.

Organize team outings.

Take a break from your workplace and schedule a fun outing for your team.  Go for a lunch outing, yoga class, or even a Yankees game.

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