With ‘Wellbeing’ part of our company’s name, it shouldn’t be a surprise that health and wellness is in our DNA.
While we have focused mainly on a selection of healthy food and drink items such as our specially sourced matcha and acai powder, last year we branched out and hosted or co-hosted several community events. The response was exceptional!
Whether it was the pandemic or simply a long-standing concern with health and wellness, we saw first-hand how much interest and enthusiasm there was in the community to learn how easy and satisfying it is to blend healthy habits into regular routines.
To address this strong interest and widen our reach, we’re pleased to launch a new initiative – WellnessX, a holistic, corporate Wellness-as-a-service program. It will be led by a group of our partners and ambassadors and features activities focused on a range of important topics, including nutrition, coaching, mental health and fitness.
One of the key objectives of the program is to introduce and ingrain new activities and habits that people can adopt and enjoy to contribute to their health and wellness and lifestyle.
X-cellent time to launch
The timing of the launch of our WellnessX program couldn’t be better as more and more employees – and even members of the C-suite – are expressing concern with their health and wellbeing.
A recent survey conducted on behalf of Deloitte in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada and Australia found that one in three employees and executives are constantly struggling with fatigue and poor mental health.
Just as alarming, the survey found:
Less than six out of ten workers say their company embeds wellbeing into their workplace culture and jobs, or are satisfied with their company’s current health and wellness offerings
Sixty-eight per cent of workers – and 81 per cent of the C-suite – revealed that improving their wellbeing is more important than advancing their career, and
Ninety per cent of the young leaders of organizations (Gen Z and millennials) have an increased focus on their wellbeing and consider themselves ‘health savvy’
With Asia likely tracking similar results, programs like WellnessX can help identify and address these concerns by learning more about your organization’s current programs and culture and then developing a flexible, personalized program that can be monitored to assess its impact.
This can not only lead to improved engagement and health but also increased productivity which can have a positive impact on a company’s bottom-line. So, it not only makes common sense but business sense too.
Watch our video!
Interested in learning more about our new program? Check out our video on YouTube and share it with your colleagues and community to help get the word out!
For more information about WellnessX, email us at email@example.com. We would love to tell you more and see how it can help drive improved morale and results at your organization.
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