Can promoting employee wellness boost overall well-being? A 2019 study conducted by the Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) pointed to a growing body of research demonstrating that promoting employee health and well-being can have a positive impact on company performance. The CDC also says that healthy employees not only have better quality of life, they also benefit from having a lower …
Happy Holidays from Next Level Performance!
Happy Holidays from Next Level Performance! No matter how you spend your holidays we wish you health, happiness, and success in the new year.
Happy Thanksgiving from Next Level Performance!
This week marks the start of the holiday season, a time when we show gratitude towards our families and friends. While we take a break from work this week to enjoy delicious food and spend time with loved ones, let’s take a look at the impact giving thanks can have on a person.
Doctor’s Orders: Travel More
Employee wellness is key to employee engagement, and travel is the best medicine. Everything from merely planning a trip to taking several vacations each year will boost morale and increase creativity.
Flexibility in the Workplace – A Key to Optimizing Results
Letting employees micromanage their own schedules and work arrangements is the first step to optimizing results. The strongest efforts come from self-motivated employees with harmonious work and personal lives. Workplace flexibility is key to employee engagement.
Wellness: Good for Employees, Good for Business
How can you incorporate wellness principles in your recognition and engagement program? You don’t need to ask for sensitive personal data to encourage people to get involved.
Ask an Expert: Should you consider reviewing your recognition program?
The Fourth Quarter is a popular time to review budgets and programs. Here is what to consider when reviewing your recognition program for next year. Take it from an expert.
4 Ways to Stay Motivated at Work This Winter
It is easy to get into a slump at work during the winter. Don’t let the weather damage your mood! Here are four ways to make your winter days a little brighter at work.