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We can customize with you a robust employee wellness program that aligns with your organization's community and that will help enhance your overall corporate culture.
"Body Harmony Corporate Wellness" partners with a variety of local experts, specialists, and sometimes just plain fun folks to bring unique and relevant
to your company or organization.
*Currently serving the Arlington, Virginia and surrounding NOVA metro area
Robert Half and Associates
Losing high-value employees and the challenge of filling positions costs your company time and money. Especially when your business requires a highly-specialized skillset, it's important that you stand out from your competition, first in the hiring process, then cultivate an environment to help keep employees happy & engaged once they are on-board.
- Business News Daily
"In a candidate-driven job market, employers who don’t prioritize retention efforts
risk seeing top performers walk out the door." ~ Robert Half and Associates
When you're hoping to attract an exciting new candidate, and come in second to a more compelling
competitor, that's expensive. Not to mention the cost of ongoing recruiting...
- American Psychological Association
There are many things companies can do to help support employee mental health. Making sure that employees understand and can easily access their mental health benefits is a good place to start, but there's so much more you can do with some intention and creativity!
Build on your company's existing strengths and go from "good" to GREAT!
- BambooHR blog
Positive and supportive workplace practices, on the other hand, can boost employee physical and psychological health, company morale, and your bottom line. APA’s 2021 Work and Well-being Survey found that people who feel tense or stressed during the workday are more than three times as likely to say they plan to look for another job.
A rewarding work culture is just as essential as compensation – if not more so.
~ Business News Daily
MORE THAN HALF OF EMPLOYEES PRIORITIZE WORKPLACE CULTURE OVER SALARY.
Among key findings, Glassdoor found that more than three-quarters (77 percent) of adults(1) would consider a company’s culture before applying for a job there, and well over half (56 percent) say company culture is more important than salary when it comes to job satisfaction.
Perks — Prerequisites or corporate perks (aka “perks”) — are nice-to-have additions to an employee’s salary and benefits package. We define perks at work as above-and-beyond offerings that may sway an employee to value one employer over another. Think of them as icing on the cake.
Employee perks are a great way to reward staff – and savvy employers love them too.
Employee perks and benefits can help attract and retain top talent. That’s especially important in today’s tight job market.
Dr. Ellen Fitzenrider was recently featured in the Arlington Chamber of Commerce blog.
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