It is becoming increasingly common for companies to run exercise classes, either in on-site gyms and studios or multi-use events spaces and meeting rooms. There are several options from run clubs to yoga and it can be hard to know what is most effective for your company. The decision should be based around three key factors.
With remote working increasingly prevalent, and with many organisations having a presence in multiple countries, supporting remote workers and those in smaller satellite offices can be a problem. Keeping staff engaged and ensuring smaller remote teams receive adequate wellbeing support can be a huge challenge. Fear not, here are our 5 tips for implementing successful wellness strategies for remote workers and smaller satellite offices.
Successful wellness programmes usually have a couple of things in common. Firstly, they have specific outcome goals; they have been designed to tackle specific health and wellbeing issues that companies are facing. Without this direction, wellness programmes end up being, at best, a nice perk.
The second thing successful programmes have in common is that they have specific programme targets. These targets are the markers of how well the programme is being utilised. They guide the process of iteration when adjusting a programme to hit the outcome goals. If a programme is not having the desired effect and yet your programme targets have been met, it may well be an indicator that your programme needs to be more comprehensive.
As our name suggests, at Tailored Fit we don’t believe in one-size-fits-all wellness programmes. Every company is different, so what works for one company may not work for another (however there are often common themes that will be seen from one company to the next!).
So here we will look at some anonymised data gathered at one company, along with the wellness programme designed to improve these metrics.