Tavistock Group recently powered its wellness program into the 21st century.
The private investment firm did so by partnering with fitness tech company Vitality Group. This enables Tavistock employees to use Vitality’s mobile app and track their physical activity.
This not only keeps workers more engaged in the program, but also gives them a chance to win gift cards if they meet their physical activity goals. The program, launched this year, resulted in 3,300 physical activities submitted by employees in two months.
That’s one way Tavistock crafts its wellness program to empower employees to take responsibility for their own health. The company offers an array of other programs and resources to help its workforce lower tobacco use, blood pressure, cholesterol and more.
“It is incumbent upon company leaders to insist on making robust health and well-being programs an integral part of the company culture,” said Tavistock Senior Managing Director Rasesh Thakkar. “We always try our best to do so and lead by example, particularly as we aim to be one of America’s healthiest communities with our Lake Nona holding.”
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