Challenges

7 Easy Ways To Stay Healthy at Work This Summer

Summer’s not over! There’s still plenty of time to launch a challenge or encourage your teammates to consider healthier, more active choices this season. Make it fun with these easy and affordable workplace wellness ideas. 1. Hydration Challenge There are plenty of differing opinions for how much water you should drink each day. But whether Read more…

Client Spotlight

Client Spotlight: Synaptics goes all-in on wellness

Chances are, if you’ve ever used a touchpad, fingerprint reader, or tablet device, you’ve connected with Synaptics technology. So it makes sense that a company that revolutionized human interface and touch technology would integrate tech into many aspects of work—including its wellness program. Synaptics’ 2,000 employees rely on a cohesive health and wellness program that Read more…

Workplace Wellness

6 Ideas to Include Remote Employees In Your Wellness Program

Businesses that invest in workplace wellness understand the value of supporting employees physical, emotional, and mental health. That’s why so many offer perks that make balancing work and life easier, including flexible hours or options for remote work. And as digital technology expands, remote teams are increasingly common. If you’re managing teams in multiple offices Read more…

Client Spotlight

What led Goodfellow Bros., Inc. to recommend IncentFit to so many friends?

They’ve built roads, bridges, and dams. They’ve moved earth, crushed rock, and harnessed power through wind and solar farms. Now Goodfellow Bros. Inc. (GBI) is building something else: a strong and healthy workforce, through a corporate wellness program that incorporates inter-office challenges and fitness rewards. Strong History, Stronger Future Founded by brothers Jack, Bert and Read more…

Workplace Wellness

Stress Awareness Month: How to Help Your Stressed Out Employees

April is Stress Awareness Month. How are you helping your employees avoid burnout and start feeling better? If you type “stressed” into a stock photo website, you’re likely to find thousands of faces with furrowed brows and frazzled hair. More often than not, though, those folks are at a desk or hunched over a laptop. Read more…