I understand. I have been there. Fourteen hour work days, coffee and “breakfast” on-the-go, a quick lunch or business meeting mid-day, then drained by the evening.

After graduating college, and prior to going back to school, and then back to school again (I love learning, what can I say?), I worked in the corporate world. Health and well-being was and should be important, but it took a backseat to work demands, unfortunately. As a self-motivated, hard worker, it was important to be to a good, proactive employee and move up. I transitioned to a job that allowed me to focus on my health more. I was eating well and feeling good. I then chose to go back to school for a master’s degree.

As a Functional Medicine and Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Wellness Consultant, and from my own experience, I know how imperative it is to have wellness…and even more so, have it be a part of a corporate environment. Employee wellness programs lead to a healthier, more energetic and productive workforce and community. It is a win-win for employers and employees. Some of the many benefits include lower costs in healthcare claims, greater productivity and higher morale.

To discuss wellness program options catered specifically to your company and goals, contact us today via the contact form below. Please include the size of your company and number of employees, approximately, you would like to take part.

 

Kristine

Founder | Wellnessary.com

Master of Science, Northwestern University

Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Institute for Integrative Nutrition

School of Applied Functional Medicine

Wellness Consultant

 

More Info. on Employee Wellness Programs:

8 Things You Need To Know About Employee Wellness Program, Forbes

What’s the Hard Return on Employee Wellness Programs, Harvard Business Review 

Companies Take a Broader View of Employee Wellness Programs, The Washington Post

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