Improving Workplace Health and Mental Wellness can be done in part by improving our physical health. Adults spend a significant portion of our day at work, and for many of us that means being stagnant in front of a computer or sitting in meetings. Our physical fitness sub-committee focuses on improving our ability to be active both in and out of the workplace. We will be providing both information sessions, and opportunities to integrate light to moderate physical activities during normal work hours.
The benefit of these sessions for employees are that they are more likely to feel energetic and motivated, can help cope with stress, and can network; for employers there will be improved productivity, morale, and job satisfaction among your team.
The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry now has corporate membership rates available to all full-time and part-time faculty and staff. All corporate memberships will need a unique identifier, and also the login link.
To receive your unique identifier, please go here: http://www.schulich.uwo.ca/wellness/goodlife_registration.html
To get the link for the corporate wellness registration page, please email the wellness committee.
Only staff and faculty who are active members at Schulich (part-time and full-time) can receive a unique identifier.
Do you want to earn free scene points, or petro points? If you do, and also like walking--join the carrot rewards program. By answering health-related quizzes, and tracking your steps, you can earn free points.
You sign up directly with the program here: https://www.carrotrewards.ca/home/
Let's build Canada's healthiest community together! The Challenge is an easy and social way to get active and feel energized with friends and family while being a part of a great community initiative! It's a 31 day physical activity held throughout the month of October in the city of London and Middlesex County. For more information, please click on the links below:
It's time for Canada to sit less and move more!
Check out the new programs, playlists, and expert opinions on the participation website