New Wellness Portal
Boyd Consulting now has a powerful online wellness portal that will help you motivate your employees to move! Use our Alliance Technology to create a culture of health within your company. Team challenges, incentive programs, daily challenges, uploading your wearable device makes wellness fun! Positive feedback, message boards, our gamified platform and team competitions keep members coming back for more. Real time data analysis, powerful query centers and prepared reports give you powerful snapshots of your wellness program.
Security is built in from the start. Feel confident knowing our highly secure data center keeps your member’s private health information secure.
Contact Gayle Lunder at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-314-0974 to get started!
What is the Definition of Wellness? Wellness is more than being free from illness. It is a dynamic process of change and growth. A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
Do Wellness Programs Make Employees More Productive? The obvious answer is YES. It is no secret that healthy employees are productive employees, but employers and corporate leaders need to ensure that wellness programs are all-encompassing. We all need to recognize that the more you invest in your employees, the more you get back. It is that simple!
Worksite Wellness. If worksite wellness is a priority for your organization, this is a good time to review goals of your program and make sure the activities you are offering are in line with those objectives. There is more to be gained from worksite wellness than lower medical claim costs. My wellness staff at Boyd Consulting Group is ready to collaborate with you in delivering an effective wellness solution. We will help you create a high-performance workplace. We will help you and your employees travel into the new frontier of wellness by:
- Moving from incentives to engagement
- Move from health risks to happiness
- Move from productivity to purpose
- Move from morbidity to motivation
- Move from prevention to performance