As a business owner, you are always looking for ways to improve your business’ profits, ability to meet deadlines, and sales activity. To that end, there are very few quick-fixes or miracle-cures, especially ones that won’t break the bank. Most of the time, what you need are a number of smaller solutions that work synergistically.
One of the most important things to consider when looking into solutions for these issues is your employees. Their morale, their happiness and enjoyment at work, their enthusiasm, their feeling of being recognized and rewarded for their hard work. Since your employees are not only the face of your company, but also the nuts and bolts as it were of your company, they are the most important intangible in your business. Since they are people, too, it is both difficult and easy to improve your relationship with them.
One of the easiest ways to do this, however, is to institute a wellness program at your company. Have a chair massage therapist come in weekly or bi-weekly to offer chair massage. Set up a yoga class in one of the unused offices. Start a contest based upon measuring their steps.
For a smaller company, any of these activities or all of them together, can constitute a perfect wellness program. Wellness program activities are also tax-deductible business expenses, as they are directly related to the health and wellness of the employees rather than to the business itself.
Chair massage alone can also be an excellent wellness program, as it improves employee morale and productivity, as well as reducing stress (thereby further enhancing productivity), all by itself.
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