Healthy. Inclusive. Engaged.

Workplaces have a wellness problem, but most won't do what is required to improve it. Instead of looking inward at leadership, policies, and practices, companies often bet on enhanced wellness benefits. Wellness benefits and resources can be valuable tools but what really needs to change is the workplace culture itself, starting from the top down. 

Workplace wellness starts with leadership and workplace culture, rather than tacking on benefits that only serve to add to employees' never-ending to-do lists. Offering more benefits is not enough to tangibly improve employee well-being. Creating a healthy and thriving workplace is a collective care issue, not simply a self-care issue. One of the most invaluable investments a company can make to create a healthy, inclusive, and thriving workplace culture with engaged employees is to engage with a Workplace Wellness Coach to provide the practical tools and support necessary for workplaces to function optimally. 

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