Does your company have a wellness platform that can create activities, events, and programs unique to your company's culture? Well, we have the tools that make it easy for you to inspire engagement and easy for participants to use.
With NFP CORE WellWorks your employees have access to your selection of health and fitness activities, events and programs. Participants record activities within the platform, tracking everything you need to reward members.
Our completely integrated approach makes tracking easy. We work with a variety of vendors across the nation to track participation data used for credit in a wellness program. The Healthy Choices engine gathers information across a broad spectrum of sources, based on client needs, to accurately track the completion of wellness activities, events, and programs.
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CORE WellWorks products are designed to take the work out of reporting, too. We often hear that clients have had to manually piece together individual reports to gain a full picture of group participation and progress with other platforms. How frustrating! With our reporting tools, you will have access to straightforward, consolidated reports for all eligible participants in one easy download, giving you back hours and even days.
Our reporting puts the company in control. We offer both detailed reporting as well as HIPAA compliant incentive summary reporting for the employer. Whatever your needs, you now have it all at your fingertips without having to do the legwork.
Here are a few options you may choose to customize each activity, event, and program within your CORE WellWorks platform.
The CORE WellWorks products provide the necessary tools to allow you to manage all reasonable alternative request online effectively. CORE WellWorks offers your company a one-stop solution for Activity Based and Outcomes Based options. Providing the necessary management tools for Reasonable Alternative Standard requests.
Whether you are offering an activity-based or outcomes-based options, CORE WellWorks gives employers the ability to present a reasonable alternative to participants who can upload any required documentation. We provide the necessary tools to allow you to manage all reasonable alternative request online effectively.
These tools will ensure ease of use for participants and inspire engagement.
Today is National Doughnut (Donut) Day, and National Leave the Office Early Day. What does this mean for you?
This is your holiday if you are a doughnut lover. If you are a fan of leaving early for the day and your efficient schedule allows you to skip out of work in the afternoon, this is a great benefit and a nice way to start the weekend. We would like to share with you little fun facts about the story behind each day. Should you like to partake in both…lucky you!
National Doughnut Day celebrated in the United States, is on the first Friday of June of each year. Succeeding the Doughnut event created by The Salvation Army in Chicago in 1938 to honor those of their members who served doughnuts to soldiers during World War I. The holiday celebrates the doughnut (a.k.a. donut) – a yummy, torus-shaped piece of dough that is deep-fried and sweetened. Many American doughnut stores offer free doughnuts on National Doughnut Day.
There are three other doughnut holidays; their origins are not quite as detailed. International Jelly-Filled Doughnut Day is recognized on June 8. National Cream-Filled Doughnut Day is celebrated on September 14. Buy a Doughnut Day takes place on October 30.
Leave the Office Earlier Day is an incentive for employees to complete tasks before schedule, making a conscious effort to increase their efficiency and productivity so they can go home sooner. The perspective of leaving early from the workplace acts as a carrot for the 'hare' inside all of us, compelling employees to perform his or her tasks to his or her maximum potential, reducing levels of idleness amongst workers.
This day was the invention of Laura Stack, a specialist in employee productivity, amongst other things. Stack noted that Americans work about 49 hours a week and a total of about 350 more hours a year than most Europeans. The quicker things get done, at optimal levels, the more productive (and profitable) business will be.
So for today…Friday, June 2, 2017, go out and celebrate! Whether you start or finish the day with a doughnut or you choose to leave the office early because your work is complete make sure you share this day with others, so they do not miss out on the fun. Make it GREAT!