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RHD prides itself on workplace wellness and stress relief. Go ahead and take a break!

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Working in an office setting can be a wellness destroyer. For most of us, we sit too long, eat garbage, and stress constantly. But it doesn't have to be that way! All of these ideas came directly from PacificSource employees (aka “my work homies”). I hope this sparks some ideas for how you can live a healthy life during the daily grind. #fitness ideas, ways to stay healthy, #healthy living

Working in an office setting can be a wellness destroyer. For most of us, we sit too long, eat garbage, and stress constantly. But it doesn't have to be that way! All of these ideas came directly from PacificSource employees (aka “my work homies”). I hope this sparks some ideas for how you can live a healthy life during the daily grind. #fitness ideas, ways to stay healthy, #healthy living

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How to Find Time to Meditate at Work

How to Find Time to Meditate at Work

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from Fit Bottomed Girls

How to Be a Workplace Wellness Heroine

Here are some ways that you can be your workplace wellness superhero — minus the cape and tights (unless you want them….in which case, rock them with style)! | Fit Bottomed Girls

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from Rodale Wellness

Best Plants for a Healthy Office

The 6 Best Plants for a Healthy Office: Gardenia (Gardenia augusta)

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from mindbodygreen

Anatomy of a Healthy Workplace (Infographic)

Anatomia de um espaço de trabalho saudável (infográfico)

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121 Corporate Wellness Program Ideas for your Office

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By rewarding lifestyle behavior change over program participation, using texting and social networking to promote programs and putting more weight on patient satisfaction as a program success metric, employers are creating a health-oriented work environment.  About 51 percent of U.S. employers offer wellness programs, with larger companies more likely to have more complex programs, according to a new infographic from the RAND Corporation.

By rewarding lifestyle behavior change over program participation, using texting and social networking to promote programs and putting more weight on patient satisfaction as a program success metric, employers are creating a health-oriented work environment. About 51 percent of U.S. employers offer wellness programs, with larger companies more likely to have more complex programs, according to a new infographic from the RAND Corporation.

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@Piktochart infographic for #APHA National Public Health Week Infographic Contest. Created by Brenda Buescher – “The Happy Healthy Workplace”

@Piktochart infographic for #APHA National Public Health Week Infographic Contest. Created by Brenda Buescher – “The Happy Healthy Workplace”

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Corporate Wellness Insights: Workplace Wellness Challenge Instructographic

Corporate Wellness Insights: Workplace Wellness Challenge Instructographic

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