Is Your Company Well?
There are few places in the world in which I feel less healthy than at an airport. Typically some combination of another restless night sleep in a hotel, a Starbuck’s bran muffin chased by green tea (which I deem to be the “healthiest” breakfast option), and an overwhelming sense of germaphobia leave me feeling somewhere shy of a pillar of health and wellness.
On top of this, my interactions with aiport and airline employees are oftentimes less than cheerful, which no doubt has an erosive effect on my emotional health.
That said, I recently read an article about Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport's (DFW) efforts to develop a community of fit employees whose endorphins will hopefully rub off on all of us weary travelers.
DFW is among numerous companies taking a proactive approach to employee wellness. Many of these companies are recognized in Fortune magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For.
At Athletes' Performance, we applaud all of the companies on this list and others that are creating sustainable programs for their employees.
We also extend our hand to partner with them to continue to improve their programs, increase employee satisfaction, raise productivity, and drive down health care costs.
We are fortunate to work with some leading Fortune 150 companies on creating proactive health solutions that are personalized, intelligent, measurable, scalable, and cross-platform, and we look forward to working with more in the future.
As you contemplate your company's wellness, let us know how we can help.