2021: Employee Wellness – Kicking Off the New Year Right

The beginning of the calendar year is a great starting point to encourage employees to kick-off a healthy lifestyle. With return to the office timelines still up in the air for many, and with so many unknowns around COVID-19,  HR continues to look for ways to support employee wellness virtually.

Healthy is Happy

An HR professional I was chatting with recently said, “I have no problem being home and working from home. I am faring well. I have my routine. But I know there are others on my team, and on other teams [here], who aren’t having the same experience as me, and I want them to know that we as a company see them.” As for most, cost is a limiting factor, but there are low cost solutions to help get your employees engaged and moving whether working from home or in the office.

In this virtual world, Zeamo has pivoted to cater to the virtual world that we live in, and meet the current demands of employers with their new Fitness Passport program.  Zeamo’s Fitness Passport has something for everyone regardless of where they like to exercise.  And whether you’re choosing their platform or another below are some key features to look for in a virtual wellness platform.

The Power Of Choice: Guide users towards the activities and workouts that are the best fit for their goals and personal preferences.

  • From gym-goers to class fanatics, and runners to power walkers, the Fitness Passport Integrates with over 200+ activity tracking devices, making it easy for all employees to track activity and earn rewards for all of their workouts and daily activity.

No More “One Size Fit’s All” Gym Benefits: The best goals are smart and achievable. A wellness program should encourage employees to set small goals that achieve big results. New exercisers, fitness enthusiasts, and everyone in-between should work to build a sustainable fitness program that includes the activities they enjoy and allows them to track progress to build healthier habits over time.

Let’s Leave Gym Check In’s and Submitting Receipts in 2020: Engagement is not just about the number of gym check-ins or submitting receipts, People teams care about the activity and behavior changes that impact health outcomes. Employers should receive monthly benchmarking reports on digital fitness consumption, changes in overall activity levels, and more.

Zeamo knows that companies across the country have been impacted differently by the pandemic, but their commitment to providing employees with best in class benefits hasn’t changed. That’s why Zeamo’s Fitness Passport program can be offered to your employees at no cost.  There is an option for employees to upgrade their membership if they want more variety to a basic paid version ($4.99/month) or to a premium version ($14.99/month). The also give flexibility for employers t to subsidize a portion of the employees membership. You can learn more at  Zeamo.com.

Any program you are able to offer employees to elevate their wellness will drive engagement and overall happiness!

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