BeneFIT Corporate Wellness Blog Archives

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Total Well-Being Transcends Your Plan

Posted: November 25, 2020

How a determined business executive got healthier by building on his company’s insurer-provided wellness offerings. After reaching 198 pounds with high cholesterol, and suffering two gout attacks in the course of five years, Kevin Davis, Senior Benefits Consultant, Vice President at Univest Insurance, LLC, knew he had to do something. His company’s self-insured health insurance [...] Read Post

Celebrating the holidays safely

Posted: November 23, 2020

The experts say, “Think small, and be creative.” For businesses, keep boosting employee health. We’re all tired of the pandemic and ready for a return to normal, especially now that the holiday season is upon us. However, health experts are recommending against getting together in-person with groups of people this year. According to the Centers [...] Read Post

Now is the Time to Think about Wellness Dollars

Posted: November 10, 2020

Not all insurers offer wellness incentives, so the first step is to find out if yours does. Your insurance broker or representative will know. You’ll also want to find out the maximum amount of reimbursement, whether it covers specific services, and if there are stipulations on how the money can be spent. Once you have this information, consider some of the following ideas about spending your reward wisely. Read Post

8 Reasons to Love Cycling

Posted: September 9, 2020

Riding a bike is a common form of transportation in many places. There are 450,000,000 bikes in China. In Denmark, nine out of 10 people own a bike, whereas just four out of 10 own a car. Here in the United States, cycling is more often done for leisure. However, reserving it just for weekends [...] Read Post

Returning to Work and School: Thinking above the challenges of COVID-19

Posted: July 24, 2020

South African philosopher and humanist Auliq Ice said, “The capacity to solve life’s problems is based on our abilities to learn to think above and not below the problems.” This is the spirit school administrators and employers can tap into as they tackle all of the variables surrounding the reopening of businesses and schools. While [...] Read Post