Would you invest in onsite flu vaccination programs? You get up and go into the office everyday like a clock work. One morning you wake up feeling feverish, with chills, runny nose and a mild cough. What you do? You go to work. It happens to millions of corporate workers every year when flu season kicks in. There is a lot of pressure at work; KPI, goals to accomplish, meetings, peer pressure. You think you are doing the right thing by ...Read more Share
Vaccination in general still has some skepticism in it. Some individuals are not inclined to vaccination advocacies. Several beliefs, myths and factors affect each person’s compliance to vaccination. Causes of non-compliance to vaccinations includes the following but not limited to; individual fear of injection, fear of getting an actual flu illness from the vaccine, avoidance of expenses (doctor’s fees, vaccine and administration fees, etc.), preference for “natural” or healthy diet and lifestyle as protection from diseases, and myths on flu ...Read more Share
Nowadays, working people find themselves so focused on their jobs that it is natural for many to feel stressed and tired. People skip meals and don’t eat properly because they have deadlines to finish or because they say they have better things to do. It’s no wonder why people get sick so easily these days. Everyone should start taking a more active role in keeping their health in check. Aside from proper diet, exercise and good sleep, there is also ...Read more Share
Worksite health promotion is an investment in the physical and mental health and wellbeing of your staff.
Manpower is the lifeblood of an organization. Its weight transcends that of machine and money. The personnel are the most important form of resource. Their well-being greatly influences the quality and quantity of the job performed. Though most often ignored and dismissed, corporate wellness was not, is not, and will never be a feeble idea. The twenty-first century marked the advent of diseases, both ...Read more Share