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Julie Palmer

Have you seen the list of The 44 Healthiest Places to Work in America lately? Are you on that list? If you are not, you could be. Investing in a user driven wellness program is your first step, but then you need to take a good look around you. What do you see? Do you see wellness? Are you asking yourself, how in the world do I “see” wellness? Wellness is a culture, a set of beliefs, a way of life, and a way of thinking. You might see, at one of the Top 44 Healthiest Places to Work in America, on site gyms, meditation rooms, on site massages, fresh healthy options in vending machines and in cafeterias, walking meetings, farmer’s markets, and Friday afternoon kick-ball games. Most importantly you will see the executive teams leading by example. 

Request a demo to learn how your organization can be one of the healthiest places to work. 

Just because your company says you "have" wellness doesn’t actually mean your company is “doing” wellness. To really change your employee’s behaviors not only do you need a wellness program that drives healthy behavior change, you also need to create a culture of wellness that visually and actively promotes well being.

Think about it. You are investing a good amount of money in a wellness program where you hope to cut health care costs, increase productivity, and retain top talent; however, your vending machines are full of junk, your employees are stressed and overworked, your breakroom has the leftover cupcakes and cookies from the weekend birthday parties, and there is no where to get away from it all. Sound familiar? Maybe you are sabotaging your wellness program? It might be time to change your culture. 

Check out the RivalHealth welcome video to learn more about programs that drive healthy behavior change. 

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About Us

RivalHealth is a fitness-based wellness platform that engages employees with daily exercise and nutrition activities and sustains engagement through social interaction, challenges, incentives and outcomes.