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5 Health Tips Your Employees Will Appreciate



Your employees are the heart and soul of your company.

To help them understand how important their health is, you need to understand your role as an employer to promote and facilitate good health habits across your workplace. 

Good employee health significantly improves productivity and increases the overall happiness levels of your team. As a responsible employer, you should get your employees talking about wellness and help teach them ways to improve their health.


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CircleCare employee engagement platform provides companies with a platform and tools to motivate their employees via positive reinforcements and rewards to establish and maintain healthy lifestyle choices.

Below are the top five health tips that your employees need to know about:

  • Regular Exercise

Exercise is a vital part of leading a healthy and satisfying life.

Regular exercise has been proven to reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and other health conditions. It can be difficult for your employees to exercise when they spend most of their time behind a desk.

Provide helpful information on local fitness centers, exercise classes, and parks. Your employees should be getting at least 30 minutes of light to moderate cardiovascular exercise every day. Encourage your employees to sign up for local sports events and form a company team. 

  • Take Breaks

Employees who skip lunch or wolf it down in front of their computers are far too common in workplaces around the world. 

Team members are conditioned to feel like work is more important than taking breaks, and that is unhealthy and will lead to a drop in productivity and employee satisfaction.

Taking breaks is beneficial and necessary for employee well-being. Encourage your employees to take regular breaks and ensure that they spend some time away from their desks and outside in the fresh air, if possible.

  • Know Their Health Risks

Medical diagnostics are the cornerstone of preventing many diseases and formulating treatment plans for others.

To know what is happening in their bodies, your employees must be aware of their health risks. There is no one-size-fits-all here – each employee needs to learn more about the risks they face based on genetics, gender, race, and family history.

One way of keeping a check on what is going on inside their bodies is to encourage them to go for annual or bi-annual bloodwork. Click here to learn more about how this can help your employees to stay healthy.

  • Promote Mindful Breathing

High stress and anxiety levels are commonplace in today’s demanding environment, which means that promoting calmness has never been so important in the history of human civilization.

Breathing exercises can help to relax and quieten overactive minds and bodies mentally and emotionally running on empty. Give your employees information about reducing their stress levels through mindful breathing exercises.

  • Hand Washing

Washing your hands has always been necessary to avoid illness, and during the COVID-19 pandemic, it felt like you could not wash your hands enough. Handwashing will always be one of the most vital ways to contain the spread of germs and viruses.

Promote frequent handwashing by teaching employees the correct techniques for effective washing and having adequate signage around all washing areas.

To End


Share these tips with your employees – they are easy to digest and will give them the confidence they need to take control of their minds and bodies. 

By encouraging your employees to focus on their physical and mental health, you could change their lives without even realizing it!

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