The Five A Day Challenge encourages employees to meet the national guidelines for fruits and vegetable servings. Each day of this two-week challenge, participants strive for five servings of fruits and vegetables. Included in this free program: announcement flyer, registration flyer, and fillable tracker.
Enhance your employee wellness program with our Healthier Living Newsletter Subscription. Receive 12 issues of colorful, easy-to-print or email, 2-page newsletters that cover a wide range of health and wellness topics. PLUS each month you will receive a handout and PowerPoint slide deck (3 to 5 slides) on a health awareness topic.
Jill Duevel shares how the Top Chef Wellness Portal Challenge inspired a new family activity. Picking new recipes, grocery shopping, and cooking together was a great way to enjoy family time together, teach her daughters how to cook, and learn about nutrition.
The last year has presented hardships for many of us, especially our healthcare workers on the frontline. The UMC Health System in Lubbock, Texas wanted to find a way to uplift the spirits of their workers and provided a unique opportunity to look for the good in a difficult time.
“This Fish Tacos recipe bridges the gaps between recreating fresh pico and guac I had in Cozumel, the first fish tacos I ever had in Cancun, and the crema from my favorite taco place, Rusty Taco. Other than the flavors, what I enjoy most about this recipe is the fresh vegetable ingredients and the simplicity of using premade tortilla-crusted fish.” – Kyle R.
In 2020 we all had to pivot. We adapted to what was needed in our community and workplace. The Deluxe Wellbeing vision is “Supporting people so Deluxe thrives.” By having a framework in place for this strategy Deluxe was better able to adapt to the COVID crisis and support the needs of their employees to keep their organization thriving. Learn how they enhanced their wellness program with VTO time, Meeting-free Fridays, Virtual Fitness, Philanthropy Cloud, and Childcare Support.
HealthSource Solutions | Blog Everyone has a reason to live a healthier, longer life. What’s yours? Jill’s Why My dad passed away five years ago at the young age of 67 due to congestive heart failure. He dealt with type 2 diabetes for 27 years of his life. I wish Read more…