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Wellness Weekly - July 8, 2020


Help Your Employees Right Now | Supporting Employee Well-Being in Uncertain Times | Quarantine Weight Gain | Balancing Family Meals and Working From Home | Recruiting All Generations to Wellness Programs

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. How Wellness Programs Can Help Your Employees Right Now

As employees take on more stress, they tend to push their own health and wellness to the side to support their families and take on more responsibility at work. Wellness Workdays CEO Debra Wein shares strategies your wellness program can implement to help your employees prioritize their own wellbeing.


2. Navigating Together: Supporting Employee Well-Being in Uncertain Times

The only thing certain during the COVID-19 pandemic is uncertainty. Work and home stress combined with the anxiety and fear many of us are feeling can lead to a multitude of physical and mental health issues. Metlife looks at the holistic wellness method and how it can be used to support your employees.

3. Quarantine Weight Gain Not a Joking Matter

With the recent spike in COVID-19 cases many states are pausing and even rolling back reopening plans, which means more time back in our homes. WebMD explores what this means for our waistlines and how we can stop the “Quarantine 15”.


4. 5 Ways to Balance Family Meal Times and Work From Home

With so many of us working from home, the line between home life and work life has been blurred. Wellness Workdays shares 5 strategies you can use to take the stress out of mealtime and achieve a greater work-life balance.


5. All Aboard: Recruiting All Generations to Your Wellness Program

Chances are your organization’s workforce is a diverse group of millennials, baby boomers, and every generation in between. With such a wide variety of needs and interests it only makes sense to have a diverse approach to wellness. Wellness Workdays CEO Debra Wein discusses ways to engage every generation of your organization.

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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