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Volume 17/1
Jan/Feb 2015
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On The Cover


See how corporate wellness programs are embracing all aspects of health, from alternative treatments to ...

Inside


Studies show exercising can help improve your mental health and it might be easier than ...

The need to focus on practices that allow organizations to bend, but not break

360incentives enviable work culture is based on 3 simple values: Be real and have fun; ...

See how corporate wellness programs are embracing all aspects of health, from alternative treatments to ...

We all know it’s true, but it doesn’t hurt to remind ourselves how healthy living ...

Employee health and wellness is a shared responsibility. Learn what you can do to reduce ...

Learn what every employer should about tattoos in the workplace.

Learn how the “mindful approach” can help create healthier people, resulting in healthier workplaces.

Sharing stories of what works and what doesn’t is a profound and meaningful way …
  • The Power of the Doodle

  • Doodling helps people stay focused, grasp new concepts and retain information.
  • Power Up Recipe: Sprouts

  • An easy, fresh and accessible green.
  • Support Employees During Tough Times

  • Compassionate care leave policies increase engagement and retention.
  • More Hours on the Job, but Less Work Getting Done

  • Productivity tips for managers
  • Company Profile: Canadian Employers Make Leaps and Bounds Toward a Healthier Workforce

  • Several of Canada's top organizations show their focus.
  • Group Risk Benefits for Physical, Emotional and Financial Well-Being

  • A holistic approach to wellness.
  • Building Resistance in Organizations

  • The need to focus on practices that allow organizations to bend, but not break.
  • Walking the Talk of Wellness - It's Cultural

  • Wellness tips that lead to success.
  • Five Ways to Increase Engagement

  • Community Health Centre (CHC) conducts a follow-up survey to see where they have improved in 18 months.
  • What I Think: Shift Focus from Disease Prevention to Health Promotion

  • What I know for sure is that by improving the quality of your thoughts, you can change your life.
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