Wellness Workdays “From Surviving to Thriving” Program Highlights the Future of Corporate Wellness

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Initiative provides 90-day complimentary access to Wellness Workdays’ turnkey health and well-being portal to promote employee communications, engagement and population health management

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Approximately 60 percent of U.S. workers have at least one chronic health condition and 40 percent have two or more. As the nation’s businesses move forward, and ultimately beyond the coronavirus pandemic, healthy employees will be critical to the success of each organization.

Wellness Workdays, a leading provider of award-winning corporate wellness programs, unveiled its “From Surviving to Thriving” program to help employers improve employee well-being during the coronavirus pandemic. The initiative, which focuses on employee engagement, communications and population health management, highlights the future of corporate wellness and the role it will play in ensuring organizational success. A 90-day complimentary trial of Wellness Workdays’ benefits and wellness hub is being offered to US employers as part of the initiative.

“The current pandemic has reinforced the critical need for employers to prioritize employee well-being,” said Debra Wein, CEO of Wellness Workdays. “Data confirms that individuals with chronic health conditions such as hypertension, obesity and diabetes are at greater risk for complications from the coronavirus. Comprehensive wellness programs can help employees improve pre-existing conditions and co-morbidities while helping employers develop a strong and healthy workforce.”

Approximately 60 percent of U.S. workers have at least one chronic health condition and 40 percent have two or more. As the nation’s businesses move forward, and ultimately beyond the coronavirus pandemic, healthy employees will be critical to the success of each organization. Corporate wellness will play a significant role in improving and sustaining employee engagement and well-being and helping organizations transition from surviving to thriving.

Wellness Workdays’ initiative will support organizations as they move through this difficult period. The key pillars of Wellness Workdays’ “From Surviving to Thriving” initiative include easily accessible and frequently updated resources for employers on employee engagement, communications and population health management, including checklists and case studies, complimentary webinars led by industry experts, thought leadership articles, and 90-day complimentary access to Wellness Workdays’ wellness portal. While the technology includes all aspects of well-being, employers can choose to target specific campaigns during the 90 days that address their employees’ needs, including resilience and positivity, mindfulness, financial wellness, healthy eating and/or physical activity.

The turnkey wellness platform includes a wellness portal branded for each organization, individual and team wellness challenges, incentive tracking, biometrics management, and instant access to 90+ standardized reports and 30 languages. The self-service program administration allows employers to target health risks and behavior change while improving health outcomes, ultimately developing a healthy workforce that can withstand the challenges of a global pandemic. The 90-day free trial is valid for organizations that sign up between June 1 and September 1, 2020. Employers can visit Wellness Workdays’ website to learn more and determine their eligibility.

About Wellness Workdays
Wellness Workdays is a Massachusetts company with offices in New York, Florida and Texas that designs and delivers corporate wellness programs to promote employee health, productivity and a culture of well-being. Our subsidiary, OMC Wellness, based in Portland, Maine, provides population health management solutions utilizing onsite health coaching and proprietary technology to sustain measurable outcomes. A Certified Woman-Owned Business Enterprise, we have earned industry recognition and best practices awards for our clients, which include New Balance, EMD Millipore, Putnam Investments, Cape Cod Healthcare, Brown University, the Maine Department of Transportation, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rockland Trust, The City of Portland, ME and Norway Savings Bank. For more information about Wellness Workdays, visit http://www.wellnessworkdays.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

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