Dallas-Fort Worth Company on the Cutting Edge of Corporate Wellness
A Dallas-Fort Worth company is among the pack of organizations leading the charge in the buzzing industry of corporate wellness strategies.
In recent years, the concept of corporate wellness has undergone a transformation.
The practice was once limited to a collection of employee “perks” used to lure prospective executive recruits, or it existed to cut employer overhead costs by reducing absenteeism.
Employers have now begun to more deeply examine how to keep valuable employees both physically and emotionally healthy over the long term to benefit everyone involved.
Workplace wellness or corporate wellness, whichever term you prefer, is now an $8-billion industry that seeks to benefit corporate culture and employee productivity through holistic health.
The Basics of Viverae
Viverae, which is based off of Highway 75 in Dallas and was named one of the 2016 Inc. 5000 fastest growing companies, offers what CEO Mike Lamb describes as “comprehensive employer wellness solutions.”
- Lifestyle coaching
- Personalized health plans
- Health screening
- Mobile app to track progress
Viverae works with 600 corporate clients, which are mostly self-insured, mid-market companies. The company’s goal is to minimize risks to employee health.
Leading an industry requires innovation. Viverae was one of the first third-party corporate wellness consulting companies to offer financial wellness as part of its programs.
In a brief description of their program, Viverae cites National Institute of Personal Finance Employee Education research that concluded:
- Employees named financial stress as their chief concern, 5 times greater than physical health
- 90 percent of the nearly 128 million workers in the U.S. have periodic or frequent difficulty with money management and are not consistently saving for retirement
Development: Viverae Acquired by Virgin Pulse
In a November 27, 2018, press release, Virgin Pulse announced that it had acquired Dallas-based Viverae, which had just rebranded itself as SimplyWell.
The announcement states Virgin Pulse will focus on helping employers solve the costliest and most complex challenges in health and wellbeing by delivering “the technology, live services, partner ecosystem, analytics, personalization, global reach, and scale required to engage employees every day and help them achieve their health and wellbeing goals.”
Read the full announcement here
Another Factor to Consider — Hormonal Health
A person’s hormonal health is an often-overlooked factor that can strongly influence both physical and emotional wellness — the very targets of corporate wellness programs.
On a foundation of good hormonal health, you’re likely to find yourself able to make good use of many self-improvement initiatives, such as the ones frequently used in workplace or corporate wellness programs.
On the other hand, if you’re suffering the symptoms of a hormonal imbalance (low testosterone or male hypothyroidism are 2 common examples), productivity or health initiatives may have limited positive effect.
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