Seeking considerable employee engagement has traditionally been the Holy Grail for most companies. Engaged employees love their jobs and they give of themselves day in and day out, meeting stretch goals, organizing events, spearheading company initiatives and managing complicated projects with precision and leadership. Who wouldn't want an employee who gives 110%, hits target sales and turns in detailed, error-free reports before deadline?
Most of our onsite massage services are company-paid, but some companies provide on-site massage services that require employees to pay for their own massages, either in full or partially (when subsidized by the company).
We strive to find balance between being effective and efficient in our work and maintaining a sense of humanness - authentic connection to ourselves and others. This past weekend, people holding this focus convened at the Wisdom 2.0 Conference in San Francisco to explore the intersection between mindfulness, compassion, and the world of work and technology.
Your employees: they’ve got your back. Are they crunching numbers, working a spreadsheet, making sure each tiny detail is correct? Or are they out at a dinner, creating conversation with your biggest client, carefully listening and asking thoughtful questions? Perhaps your employees operate a fork lift with agility, or crush grapes with their bare feet! Whatever feats they accomplish, your employees do it for the team, for a shared goal.
"Happy New Year! We wish you a joyful and rejuvenating 2017. May all your positive aspirations come to fruition, and may you experience equanimity and warmth in the coming year. Last month we introduced mindfulness meditation and what makes it so compelling. Now we would like to share with you what researchers are saying about it and how it can be helpful in the workplace. Enjoy!
"All of us at Rejuv at Work wish you Happy Holidays and a very Happy New Year! The holidays provide an amazing opportunity to take stock of our lives and set new intentions and goals. We are here to partner with you every step of the way. We hope you enjoy this article about mindfulness meditation, and learn more about this dynamic practice and it's capacities to support personal growth and reduce anxiety and stress.
Have you heard the news? Sitting is the new smoking. Yes, that's right, sitting. According to Dr. James Levine, Director of May Clinic Arizona State and the inventor of the treadmill desk. Sitting is more dangerous than smoking, kills more people than HIV and is more treacherous than parachuting. We are sitting ourselves to death.