Although the advancement in technology has opened a new era of more highly advanced tools and equipment that make people do their jobs faster and more efficiently, the health risks that goes with the stress and pressures of the job is still high. Those who need to earn more than before end up taking two or more jobs just to provide for the needs of their family. Taking a day off is not an option if they want to be able to finish on time all the tasks that have been assigned to them. I used to have a neighbor who, aside from the regular work that she has, had to take extra work during weekends just to be able to have enough for their family’s needs and send her siblings to school. She ended up getting sick and had to miss work for weeks because of over fatigue. The company that she was working for at the time didn’t have a wellness program in place and it has affected their worker’s productivity. Good thing that nowadays, there is a company called HeartMath that specializes in corporate wellness. They understand how stress, anxiety, depression and fatigue can affect the overall capabilities of a person. They are aware that pressure in any work environment would always be there, it is how they handle them that would make a huge difference. They know that these problems can have a huge contribution on the growth of a company. HeartMath has the technology and the training programs that can help people harness the power of your heart rhythms and manage your emotions at home and at work. An improvement in the health translates to an improvement in performance both at home and at work. Companies know that the overall well being of their employees have an effect on their efficiency and productivity. Letting go of sickly employees and training new ones to replace them is something that companies would like to avoid because it is not only a lot of work and time consuming but also expensive in the long run. With HeartMath’s programs in place, the company can expect an improvement in their employees overall health as well as a revitalization of their entire workforce.
*This is a sponsored post however, all points and views are my own.