Employers are encouraging workers to engage in healthy habits to prevent cabin fever during COVID-19—but they might need a little nudge getting started.
Chicago-based wellness program provider, WellRight, developed a free 90-day program designed specifically to address well-being challenges employees may be facing due to the coronavirus pandemic. The offering is available online and includes digital reminders to participate in activities addressing mental, physical, social and work issues. Participants also have unlimited access to coaches who can offer more personalized help. WellRight released the program last week and encourages employers to sign up their workforce to participate.
“A holistic approach to well-being during a time of uncertainty is paramount. We developed this program with specific, actionable goals to increase their overall health and well-being during this time,” says Tad Mitchell, president and CEO of WellRight. “It’s wonderful to be able to help people at organizations stay engaged and productive during this stressful time.”
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