Tag: wellness

Nonprofit Organizations to Focus on Homeless, Hungry College Students

More than a third of col­lege stu­dents don't always have enough to eat and they lack sta­ble hous­ing, accord­ing to a sur­vey pub­lished recent­ly by researchers at Tem­ple Uni­ver­si­ty and the Wis­con­sin HOPE Lab.

Manage Smarter 14 — Joy Altimare: Managing Stress and Work-Life Integration

Joy Alti­mare is the Chief Engage­ment and Brand Offi­cer at EHE, an indus­try-leader in com­pa­ny health and well­ness for over 100 years. With over 16 years of expe­ri­ence in the mar­ket­ing field, she has become an expert advi­sor to orga­ni­za­tions look­ing to tack­le growth, inno­va­tion, and tech­nol­o­gy chal­lenges. In episode 14, Joy shares her insight on how man­agers can: bet­ter deal with stress and bal­ance work, home and health.

‘Fitfluencer’ Retreats: Not Your Mother’s Spa Retreat" rel="bookmark"> Fitfluencer’ Retreats: Not Your Mother’s Spa Retreat

"Young con­sumers don’t want the respect­ed spa resort stal­warts of yore, they want to go wher­ev­er their prized fit­ness instruc­tors go. The glo­ry days of Canyon Ranch and Ran­cho La Puer­ta are quick­ly giv­ing way to one-off retreats star­ring social media “fit-flu­encers” and well­ness gurus." The founders of Well+Good say the tide is shift­ing.

Health insurance companies may be marketing to employers who want change

Accord­ing to some esti­mates, the soon­est U.S. con­sumers and employ­ers can expect any relief from a fed­er­al­ly man­dat­ed health care bill is 2013. Mean­while, employ­ers are feel­ing squeezed by cost increas­es for the cov­er­age they pro­vide to their employ­ees. As a result, over 40% of employ­ers plan to make changes to the pro­grams they offer in 2010.