At Corporate Wellness Consulting, we provide consultations to determine the Health Risk Assessment and
Workplace Wellness needs of the team across the 8 areas of wellbeing
Explore the 8 areas of wellbeing
The mind and the body are intrinsically linked together. Your thoughts contribute to your overall health and wellbeing and we now know that the mind is very malleable and able to be transformed with conscious effort on our part as human beings.
Nutrition & Movement
Understanding and utilzing the far reaching impacts that the food we put in our body and the way we move our body has on our overall wellbeing including our energy levels, the quality of our sleep, how productive we are and our overall mood.
rest & sleep
An often overlooked area, rest and sleep are an absolute foundation for wellness, not only in terms of positive mood, energy abating disease, but also, for increasing our productivity overall. Rest is an essential component of working well and working smart. Rest helps us to think, innovate, and increase our productivity.
Work stress and employee health have a direct impact on employee productivity. Stressed workers are more likely to smoke, drink, be inactive, eat poorly, have relationship issues and get sick more often. All of this means decreased productivity which can be improved by stress management techniques and strategies.
Ergonomics & biophilia
Counteracting the impact that sitting at a desk or in cars can have on our physical health as well as our productivity, energy and mood. While the term Biophilia means incorporating nature and natural elements into built environment in order to improve our health and wellbeing in general.
The importance of connection with others, ourselves and our environment is the Feeling a sense of meaning and purpose from the work that you do and the people you work with. Building a deep level of self-awareness as a foundation for each individuals unique steps towards wellness.
Emotional intelligence is the capacity to understand and manage your emotions. The skills involved in emotional intelligence are self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills. Embracing the nuances of human emotion in the workplace can have pragmatic benefits, such as better collaboration among employees and a happier humane workplace.
Financial Stress is a leading cause of mental stress among the workforce.
Financial stress, many times due to a lack of financial literacy, is currently affecting millions of people at home and at work. Personal financial challenges have a large impact on overall employee performance. Almost hail of employees who are worried about their financial health are less productive at work.
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