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Wellness Weekly - July 15, 2020

Updated: Sep 8


Keeping Your Remote Workforce Healthy | Building an Efficient Work From Home Model | Rising Healthcare Costs for Employers | Measuring Healthy Lifestyle Changes Without a Scale | Financing Your Employee Wellness Program

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. 6 Ways to Keep Your Newly Remote Workforce Healthy and Engaged

Almost every aspect of life has changed the five months since COVID, and work is no exception. Helping your team navigate working from home is critical to keeping your employees engaged and productive. Wellness Workdays CEO Debra Wein shares 6 strategies you can use to support your employees during this time of transition.


2. 6 Steps to Build an Efficient Work From Home Model

As we start our fifth month of COVID it’s becoming clear many aspects of life will be changing. For many companies, working from home may be the best option for the foreseeable future and having a transition plan is critical. Wex shares their 6-step plan for making this a smooth transition.

3. Employers Could See Healthcare Costs Rise 10% Next Year, PwC Predicts

Employers may be paying even more for health care in 2021; some experts say it could be up to 10% higher. What’s the driving force behind the increase? Becker Hospital Review looks at a recent study conducted by PwC.


4. 3 Ways to Measure Healthy Lifestyle Changes Without the Scale

Health and wellness is a deeply personal experience and means something different to everyone. Weight loss and other traditional means of measuring progress are not always compatible with every individual. Wellness Workdays discusses 3 ways to measure progress without a scale.


5. How to Finance Your Employee Health and Wellness Program

If we’ve learned anything over the past couple of months, it’s that health and wellness is an essential part of our everyday life. Organizations have an obligation to support their employees’ physical and mental health. Wellness Workdays, CEO Debra Wein shares useful strategies to fund your wellness program and where you should be investing your resources.

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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