Wellbeing at Work: Easy Ideas

Promoting health and wellbeing in your workplace is an important way to get your employees motivated to improve their own wellbeing as well as their perfromacne at work. Employee productivity is strongly linked to health and fitness. Here are some fitness-focused ways to get your employees fit. Add them to your workplace wellness strategy today:

Yoga

Yoga in the workplace is more than just a perk.  Introducing yoga into your workplace wellness campaign can lower back and joint pain, decrease anxiety and stress in staff while engaging and helping them focus.

Research shows that even a short term programme of yoga can enhance emotional wellbeing, build resilience and decrease stress in the workplace.

All you need is some open space and a few eager employees. It’s a great thing to try, whether it’s a lunchtime or after work class. Get colleagues together and help empower your overall workplace.

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Lunch Workout

Working out at lunch can be a great way to get fit and improve wellbeing at work. Lunchtime workouts are fun, doable and easy when you schedule them into your workday. You’ve also got the bonus of having plenty of people to work out with; get your colleagues on board and get out and build those Fitlink points.

A lot of people sit at their desk to eat their lunch but they really shouldn’t. Taking a lunch break has been proven to help people be more healthy and even sleep better. What should you do on your lunch break? Exercise. Take a walk. A ten minute walk at lunch gets your employees feeling more positive and enthusiastic at work. Those who walk at lunch are much more likely to be more productive.

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Fitlink is a unique platform to help your people succeed – in business and in life. Our main products – Learn, Inspire and Thrive will help your employees love where they work. If you’re interested in a quick, no obligation call then please contact us to learn more. Get your workplace wellbeing campaigns sorted. Fitness is the answer.