As we begin the new year, don’t let your corporate wellness program slip through the cracks. Now is the perfect time to evaluate your organization’s wellness initiatives in order to keep your executive team healthy and off on the right foot in 2023.
Encourage preventive screenings and self-checks
The best prevention for most medical conditions is to visit your doctor annually. Encourage your employees to schedule their physical exams now, as early detection is the best prevention for many diseases. Going to the doctor each year is a good way to stay on top of overall health concerns such as weight, blood sugar levels, blood pressure and cholesterol, which can help identify many underlying conditions.
Consider promoting a charitable event or activity
It is the season of giving, and many employees may want to volunteer, but simply can’t find the time or don’t know where to start. To ease this stress, consider a charitable opportunity that they can take part in. It will provide your employees the chance to give back as a team, and they’ll appreciate the values of your organisation.
Start planning and commit to a healthy 2023
While preparing your business strategy for 2023, be sure to also include your workplace wellness goals and strategies. Consider implementing a wellness committee within your organisation to ensure that these goals are met. The committee will be able to evaluate your team’s needs, and design a wellness program to best fit their needs. Planning wellness challenges, promoting healthier eating, and providing resources will help your employees to live a happier and healthier lifestyle.
Partner with a private clinic to offer proactive and preventive care
Executives can work long hours, are subject to stress, and may travel extensively.
Their physical and emotional health is critical to good decision making, so a comprehensive, proactive health plan is a sound investment. A private medical clinic such as Sanomed Solutions offers comprehensive medical care to support the health of your executive employees. With a focus on prevention, they will proactively manage executive wellness and support follow-up, referrals and testing as needed.
Overall, workplace wellness should be one of your organization’s beginning of year priorities. Your executive employees’ wellbeing will be the driving factor not only in their productivity, but their satisfaction. They need to feel valued and appreciated, and there’s no better way to do that than to provide them with resources that they can use in their day-to-day lifestyle for the years to come.