|As year-end approaches, so does the dreaded task of choosing (and sticking with) a New Year’s Resolution. This year, make it easy… resolve to be well and stay well. And why not start in the workplace? After all, the average Canadian spends almost 40 hours there each week.A few simple changes at work can have a great impact on the health and well-being of your employees and on your bottom line. In fact, it has been estimated that for every $1 invested in workplace wellness initiatives, companies saved an average of $3. That’s quite a return! Read on for some simple, cost-effective tips to implement a wellness program within your company.|
Getting your wellness program started
Starting a wellness program at work doesn’t have to break the bank. There are many simple tips and strategies that can produce big results on a small budget.
Remember, starting small can yield big results. With just a few easy steps you can see a happier, healthier workforce with more energy, less illness and increased productivity. Here’s to a healthier New Year!
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