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Wellness technology in the workplace: Part 1 – HRV and Stress

In Corporate Wellness Blog by tailoredfit

Technology is playing an increasing role in our day-to-day lives, with the ability to track and analyse data on our health becoming a mainstay.

From Fitbits to Apple watches, staff can track how many steps they are taking, how often they move, their heart rate and food intake. The key question is, from a company perspective, what data can we best utilise to improve staff health, wellbeing, engagement and productivity?

In this first part we will be taking a look at one of our favourite pieces of wellness kit… heart rate variability monitors!

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Corporate wellness programmes: here’s one we made earlier

In Corporate Wellness Blog by tailoredfit

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.

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How to implement engagement survey data for a successful wellness programme

In Corporate Wellness Blog by tailoredfit

It’s fairly commonplace to have employee engagement surveys that are sent out once or twice a year, but how much are you actually doing with the data? Even if you are taking regular or real-time pulse surveys, it’s important to have a strategy in place for how you plan to implement in response to the data.

So, how can we use the data gathered to achieve insight and inform a strategic wellness programme that is designed to keep staff healthy, happy and engaged?

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5 reasons why most corporate wellness programmes fail

In Corporate Wellness Blog by tailoredfit

Corporate wellness has reached a stage in the adoption curve at which the early majority is fully on-board and the late majority are at least aware of the necessity. Although it has become more commonplace for companies to develop programmes for staff wellbeing, a lot are still quite primitive and aren’t necessarily having the desired effect.
So, what is going wrong with corporate wellness programmes and what are the pitfalls to avoid when developing your own?