5 Innovative Ideas To Support Employee Health and Wellbeing

Employee health and well-being is critical to business success. Below are some great new ideas to help everyone reach their full potential.

1. Portable Electronic Device to Increase Blood Circulation

With the potential to help those who undertake a lot of air travel in the course of their work, the Geko is a simple solution for those at risk of deep vein thrombosis.

2. Professional Nutritional Advice While You Eat

Good-for-you food along with the right advice is proving to be a successful path to a fit and healthy workforce.
* Note: site is in Japanese, browsers such as Google Chrome offer a pretty good translation service.

3. Wristband Pedometer Motivates and Rewards

Designed with school kids in mind, the MOVband could also be a great way to motivate office workers to move around more. Promoting exercise through friendly competition between individuals and groups … that’s just crazy enough to work!

4. Mapping Sickness Trends Through Social Media

Sickweather scans social networks for indicators of illness, allowing you to check for the chance of sickness in your area.

5. Increase Work Life Happiness

Happiily’s web offering allows employers to get an accurate picture of how their employees are feeling. Employees are able to speak honestly and anonymously about any emergent problems. That has to be good for the bottom line!

Healthy Employees

Understanding our customer’s needs identified a need not only for training courses but the ability to manage and maintain the total compliancy of certifications, and aspects of legislation over and above just training. Alsco’s Managed Training Service is a complete solution that will compel action within your business. Our Training Guarantee ensures you manage your training costs irrespective of staff turnover.

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