Employee Health Wellness Programs

We offer a variety of employee health and wellness programs that are designed to improve employee health and performance. Check out what we offer!

Please also check out the packages we offer HERE.

Corporate Chair Massage in the Workplace

Has been found to improve employee morale, productivity, and reduce absenteeism. Documentation shows that for every dollar a company spends on health it receives a $5 return. A scheduled program of preventative maintenance outweighs the costs of treatments after the fact, and is more beneficial due to consistency.

How Your Company Benefits?
  1. Reduce absenteeism and turnover
  2. Tax deductible employee benefit
  3. Increases employee performance & productivity
  4. Raises workplace morale
  5. Prevent injury claims
  6. Requires no overhead / no capital investment for start-up
  7. Enhances employee loyalty
  8. Reduces adverse effects associated with repetitive work tasks and prolonged sitting positions.

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How Your Employees Benefit?
  1. Lowers heart rate & blood pressure
  2. Relieves tension & tired muscles
  3. Improves energy & alertness
  4. Reduces anxiety level
  5. Strengthens the immune system

Office Ergonomics 

Employers should recognize that laboratory workers are at risk for repetitive motion injuries during routine laboratory procedures such as pipetting, working at microscopes, operating microtomes, using cell counters and keyboarding at computer workstations.

Repetitive motion injuries develop over time and occur when muscles and joints are stressed, tendons are inflamed, and nerves are pinched and blood flow is restricted. Working in awk- ward positions in laboratory hoods/biosafety cabinets can also present ergonomic problems. Employers can minimize occupational injuries and simultaneously improve worker comfort, productivity, and job satisfaction by becoming familiar with ways to control laboratory ergonomics-related risk factors. In addition to general ergonomic guidance, this fact sheet reminds employers to make laboratory workers aware of simple adjustments that can be made at the workplace.

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Deskercise Stretch Class

New scientific research is revealing that sedentary office workers are doing long-term damage to their health by sitting all day. A desk job has been found to increase your heart disease risk by 64%, while shaving up to 7 quality years off your life, and it has been linked to chronic health problems like high blood pressure, depression, diabetes and obesity.

Sitting is slowly killing us desk jockeys. Today, the average adult spends 50 to 70% of their time sitting. When you factor in sitting at a desk job, driving a car, eating and watching TV, many of us sit up to 15 hours a day!

Fortunately, the research is also discovering what you can do to reduce the negative effects of sitting. Essentially, the recommendations are that you should get up and move around at least once per hour and a minimum 30 minute of moderate exercise each day.
Another thing you should do is deskercise! A short stretching routine at your desk based on the infographic below will force you to get up and reduce strain on your neck, arms and lower back.

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