Corporate Wellness & Mental Health Support Program
Light On Anxiety offers corporate wellness services to assist employees in obtaining enhanced stress management capabilities.
Our presentations, group training and individual coaching sessions provide participants with practical, evidence based tips and tools to train your brain to operate in a state of enhanced wellness and decreased stress and anxiety.
Sample programs include:
- Onsite counseling services
- Online mindfulness training programs
- Senior management coaching on enhancing self awareness, communication, and leadership capabilities.
The importance of corporate wellness programs
Investing in the well-being of your employees helps promote a positive workplace environment by demonstrating that employee health and wellness is valued. Our corporate wellness programs are designed to empower your workforce with the tools and resources needed to manage stress, enhance mental and emotional resilience, and foster a healthier work-life balance.
By prioritizing the mental and physical health of your employees, you can expect increased productivity, reduced absenteeism, improved morale, and a more positive corporate culture. Ultimately, a well-rounded wellness program can lead to higher employee retention rates and a competitive edge in attracting top talent.
Book a corporate wellness program for your team today!
Examples of corporate wellness that you can implement in the workplace
Corporate wellness programs can encompass a wide range of initiatives and activities aimed at improving the overall well-being of your employees. Here are a few examples of corporate wellness programs and resources that you can implement at your office:
- Physical fitness programs – Offering gym memberships, fitness classes, or on-site exercise facilities to encourage employees to stay physically active.
- Nutrition and healthy eating workshops and information – Providing nutrition workshops, healthy snacks in the workplace, or access to dietitians to help employees make healthier food choices.
- Mental health support – Offering Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs), stress management workshops, and access to counselors or therapists to address mental health concerns.
- Work-life balance initiatives – Promoting flexible work hours, remote work options, or policies that allow employees to better balance their professional and personal lives.
- Wellness challenges – Creating friendly competitions or challenges to encourage healthy behaviors, such as step-count challenges, weight loss competitions, or even mindfulness challenges.
- Financial wellness workshops – Providing resources and education on financial planning, budgeting, and retirement savings to reduce financial stress.
- Healthy snack options available in the office – Stocking the workplace with healthier snack options like fruits, nuts, and low-calorie beverages.
- Mindfulness and meditation programs and resources – Offering mindfulness and meditation sessions to help employees manage stress and improve their mental well-being.
Learn more about our corporate wellness program
To learn more about Light On Anxiety’s Corporate Wellness Offerings, contact us at [email protected] and we will set up an exploratory meeting to learn more about your organization’s needs.
FAQs about corporate wellness programs
- What is corporate wellness? Corporate wellness, also known as workplace wellness, refers to initiatives, programs, and policies that organizations implement to promote and support the health and well-being of their employees. The primary goal of corporate wellness programs is to create a healthier and more productive workforce while reducing healthcare costs and improving overall job satisfaction. These programs typically encompass a wide range of activities and services aimed at improving employees’ physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
- Are corporate wellness programs tax deductible? In some cases, corporate wellness programs may be tax deductible for businesses. The deductibility of these programs can depend on several factors, including how the program is structured and the specific tax laws and regulations of the jurisdiction in which the business operates.