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Wellness Weekly - July 1, 2020

Updated: Sep 8


Engaging Men in Corporate Wellness | Making Remote Work Feel Human | Wearables and COVID-19 | Making Time for Breakfast | The Other PPE

Welcome to our weekly collection of cutting-edge resources. Wellness Workdays is committed to keeping you up-to-date on the latest in corporate wellness and population health management. Here we highlight people and organizations making real changes to the way we think about wellness.


This Week's Wellness News


1. 4 Ways to Engage Men in Corporate Wellness

Health services company, Optum, conducted a study and found that men are less likely to engage in a company-sponsored wellness program than their female co-workers. Solving this discrepancy could take your organization’s wellness program to the next level. Wellness Workdays CEO Debra Wein shares 4 ways you can close the gender gap when it comes to wellness engagement.


2. Make Remote Work Feel Human

Are your employees feeling like robots while away from the office? Talent Culture talks to multiple CMOs and CEOs to learn how they are stepping up to reconnect their workforce by innovating and humanizing the virtual workspace.

3. Apple Watch, Fitbit May Help Spot Emerging Coronavirus Outbreaks

What if a device you already own could alert you days before testing positive for COVID-19? Bloomberg looks at how your FitBit, Apple Watch and other wearables are being used to spot COVID-19 2-3 days earlier, even in asymptotic carriers.


4. Why You Should Make Time for Breakfast

We’ve all heard the old adage “breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” but why? Wellness Workdays tells us how a healthy breakfast can set you up for success both today and down the road, then shares some of their favorite ways to start the day.

5. The Oher PPE- People, Productivity and Engagement

Is your organization struggling with the transition to working from home? Employment Chair at MSF, Andrea Neuman, leads a panel featuring consultants and CEOs from around the country. They provide guidance on navigating the transition to working from home and how to focus on people, productivity and engagement while avoiding lead pitfalls.

From Surviving to Thriving Program


We recently launched our Surviving to Thriving" program, which provides employers with tools and resources to help enhance employee well-being during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. As the nation’s businesses begin to re-open, healthy employees will be critical to the success of each organization. Our initiative, which focuses on employee engagement, communications and population health management, includes easily accessible and frequently updated resources such as checklists and case studies, complimentary webinars led by industry experts, thought leadership articles, and 90-day complimentary access for US employers to Wellness Workdays’ wellness portal. The offer is valid through 9/1/2020.


Learn more and find out if your organization qualifies for the 90-day complimentary trial!

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