7 Reasons HR should promote exercise

cipHR

Encouraging your employees to exercise isn't simply about keeping them fit and healthy, there are also a number of other benefits, both for the employee and you as the employer. It's important to pick the right type of exercise to suit your networking requirements.

Green Team Building Exercises

New to HR

The post Green Team Building Exercises appeared first on New To HR. As the climate continues to change around the world, people are becoming more aware of the impact that their actions have on the environment. The main culprit behind rising levels of greenhouse gases isn’t families, however.

The Truth about Exercise Ball Office Chairs

Effortless HR

You may have heard that exercise balls can be a great replacement for more traditional office furniture. While exercise balls are excellent for stretching and aerobic exercises, there are some things you should be aware of before purchasing one of these balls as a makeshift chair.

Exercise: Good for the Body, Good for the Brain

CONCERN: EAP

may be time to rethink that label as science is continually connecting more and more dots between physical exercise and increased brain function.Behavioral studies have long demonstrated a clear connection between exercise and improved memory and cognitive function.

8 Simple yet Effective Exercises You Can Do at Your Desk

TINYpulse

If you feel like you aren’t getting the exercise that not only keeps you in shape and healthy but boosts the endorphins and relieves stress, you are definitely not alone.

Group Exercise Most Impactful Exercise For Improving Mental Health

Wellable

Exercise is widely known for improving physical health, as it reduces the risk of many diseases associated with mortality. However, the specific types of exercise that provide the greatest benefit to mental health have remained relatively unexplored until recently.

4 Effortless Ways to Exercise With A Busy Schedule

Marino Wellness

Exercising with a busy schedule can be challenging and life can get in the way of prioritizing healthy living at times. Exercising With a Busy Schedule Tip # 1: Work Out On […]. The post 4 Effortless Ways to Exercise With A Busy Schedule appeared first on Marino Wellness.

How Promoting Exercise in the Office Can Drastically Increase Productivity

OmegaHR Solutions

There are studies which show that implementing an exercise at work program can help increase your productivity. If you are a business owner or manager, it could really help your business if you add some incentives for the employees to exercise during the work hours.

Four ways exercise benefits you at work

cipHR

Exercising regularly isn’t just good for your health – it could have great benefits for your career, too. In a small-scale trial by the Body-Brain Performance Institute , carried out in Australia in 2011, researchers found that employees who walked 10,000 steps a day, and exercised in the gym three times a week, tended to be more productive than those who only walked 10,000 steps a day. Exercising outdoors can lead to extra benefits.

Millennials Exercise Influence On Wellness, Health

Wellable

Baby boomers may be the kings of “no pain, no gain,” but the 56 million millennials in the United States approach exercise and health differently.

Every Decision Is Not a Consensus Building Exercise

HR Bartender

The post Every Decision Is Not a Consensus Building Exercise appeared first on hr bartender. Check out their white paper “3 Ways to Tell if Your Company needs Leadership Training.” […] The post Every Decision Is Not a Consensus Building Exercise appeared first on hr bartender.

Physical Exercise and Academic Success are Linked

Edcor

Physical exercise and academic success are common topics for New Year’s resolutions. There is evidence of a strong connection between physical exercise and academic success. Physical exercise can help people work more effectively. times more likely to be exercisers.

Learning How To Integrate Exercise Into Your Work Life

HR Bartender

You guys know I work from home so it probably won’t come as a surprise that I’m constantly looking for ways to exercise and stay active. The post Learning How To Integrate Exercise Into Your Work Life appeared first on hr bartender.

Learning How To Integrate Exercise Into Your Work Life

HR Bartender

You guys know I work from home so it probably won’t come as a surprise that I’m constantly looking for ways to exercise and stay active. The post Learning How To Integrate Exercise Into Your Work Life appeared first on hr bartender.

Transcendent Leadership: Cultivating Spiritual Exercises

Forbes Coaches Council

To begin meditating, all a leader needs to do is make a choice

Finding the Balance Between Work and Exercise 

OmegaHR Solutions

Exercise can make employees more productive. After a long day at work, it’s difficult to find time and motivation for exercise. Exercise is a great stress reliever. Fitness and exercise are about pushing yourself out of your comfort zone. Maximize Your Exercise Time.

Workplace Muscle: Increase engagement and performance by exercising your strengths

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Workplace Muscle: Increase engagement and performance by exercising your strengths

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Infrogaphic Thursday: Exercise and Improving Productivity in the Workplace

Something Different

This has been a really hectic week for me, and I’ve put several other things on the backburner (including this blog) to juggle all of the balls in the air! This makes today’s infographic particularly timely. It’s always a good idea to make time to workout throughout the week.

Ensure Your Exercise In A Safe And Fun Atmosphere

New to HR

When you are practicing at home or in school or other places, safety must be the first issue to concern, as the airtrack hire exercise will easily cause your ankles, wrist, and feet to be hurt because of the high.

How Succession Planning is Like Exercising

Saba

The research is clear – we all know exercise is important and contributes to both immediate and long-term wellness. Yet how many of us still skip the gym? The same is true for succession planning.

15 Great Team-Building Exercises

About Human Resources

You can use these 15 exercises daily in your workplace - or not too far away Want team building activities to easily and cost-effectively offer at work?

5 Ways to Fit Exercise Into a Busy Schedule

Take It Personel-ly

Lifestyle employee health Engagement excellence exercise Growth Health healthy choices Improvement Inspiration Motivation Personal Growth productivity Success time management well-being wellnessLet’s face it, if you’re a mom, your life is busy. Your days are full whether you stay at home, work from home, own a business, or have a regular job in addition to your parenting responsibilities.

Team Building Exercises Aren't Just for Fun—They're Critical to Employee Engagement

Cornerstone On Demand

Companies and employees are increasingly focused on finding a healthy work-life balance, but that doesn't mean the two need to be entirely separated. We spend the majority of our days in the workplace—which means we spend a majority of our days with our coworkers, and it turns out, we're happier if these coworkers are our friends, too

Ask the Expert: Tim Sitt on exercise and fitness

LifeSpeak

It can be difficult to figure out which exercises are best for our individual bodies, and it takes time to achieve our wellness goals. LifeSpeak expert and personal trainer, Tim Sitt, joined our Ask the Expert session last week to reassure our users and answer their exercise-related questions.

Studies Show Link Between Exercise and Academic Success

Edcor

While it might seems like you have too much to do with work, family and school responsibilities to manage, exercise could be the key to handling all these responsibilities successfully. Many studies have shown that there is a positive link between exercise and academic success.

Employee experience: not just an HR rebranding exercise

HR Zone

Employee experience: not an HR rebranding exercise Future.

5 Team Building Exercises and How You Can Learn From Them

ClearCompany HRM

Team building is one of those aspects of work culture most find difficult to define. How do you rate the cooperation different employees display with each other? Is the failure of a team to perform the result of poor individual participation, a lack of chemistry between members, or bad direction? Performance Management Performance Management System Team Building

25 Office Exercises: Easy Desk-Friendly Ways to Get Fit

SnackNation

25 Office Exercises: Easy Desk-Friendly Ways to Get Fit. To help you get started, we put together this list of 25 easy, desk-friendly exercises that’ll offset the effects of sitting all day. The post 25 Office Exercises: Easy Desk-Friendly Ways to Get Fit appeared first on SnackNation.

A Reluctant Exerciser: On the Road to Recovery

Lisa Rosendahl

My goals for the 6-weeks were pedestrian: recharge my exercise routine, clean up my diet, and downsize my menopausal muffin top. I exercised safely, did not reinjure, and my strength returned. I completed The Fast Factory Challenge today.

Physical exercise at work: what can be done?

HR Zone

Physical exercise at work: what can be done Culture.

Above + Below The Line Exercise

ManagetoWin

Let me give you a discussion exercise you can use with your team to build their ability to make better decisions based on what you feel is important. One good example for this exercise is your company values.

6 of the Best “Alternative” Bonding Exercises to Boost Team Morale

Get Hppy

The post 6 of the Best “Alternative” Bonding Exercises to Boost Team Morale appeared first on Hppy. With Christmas just around the corner, discussion will undoubtedly be coming to the traditional office party. How low will the bar tab reach? Will it top last year’s?

3 Benefits Employees (and their Companies) Gain from Exercise

BambooHR

The post 3 Benefits Employees (and their Companies) Gain from Exercise appeared first on BambooHR Blog. General HR creativity employees energy exercise HR human resources perspective productivity walking wellness program workplace conflict workplace wellness

Healthy Habits: Exercising at Your Desk

RecogNation

Many of us sit at a desk for 8 hours a day, taking an hour break to go sit in a cafeteria or restaurant. Not only does this give you a flat booty, but it’s actually causing long-term harm to your body. If you sit for more than six hours a day your risk for heart disease increases by up to 64%!