Having a workplace stretching program, or Stretch and Flex, not only helps your organization mitigate the short and long-term costs ofmusculoskeletal disorders(MSD’s), it also shows your employees you care about their health and well being.
Having an on-site corporate fitness center doesn’t necessarily mean you have a captive audience who will use the facility on a regular basis. What's your member retention strategy?
Much like a commercial facility, you need to nurture your members and provide them with a variety of reasons to regularly use the gym and participate in activities. But how do you know what they want? A customer satisfaction survey is a good place to start.
If you’re a property manager in a corporate or multi-family residential property and you have a fitness center, do you staff it? Here are the 6 quick myths versus facts.
You’re looking for ways to engage your employees or tenants around fitness and wellness but you don’t have a dedicated fitness center. No problem! You don’t need a large, fully staffed fitness facility to provide your people with a robust fitness experience. Offering a group fitness program can help achieve this. Here’s how:
Friendly and knowledgeable fitness center staff can spread the word about your corporate wellness programs.
If you have a staffed, corporate fitness center from a reputable fitness management company, you’re in luck. You have at your disposal a team of skilled health and fitness specialists who are experts in communication, goal-setting and long-term behavior change - perfect for ensuring your employee engagement initiatives are reaching your employees.