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The rising levels of pressure for working professionals to excel in their careers, meet demanding deadlines, and adhere to socially recognised/respected lifestyle has resulted in the increase in a number of illnesses like obesity, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, osteoporosis, dental problems, cancer etc. collectively called as the ‘diseases of affluence’. An individual’s workplace is directly influential on one’s physical, mental, economic and social wellness and apparently their families and the society in whole.
The concept of having a Healthy workplace has gained popularity and traction after the WHO’s Global Framework for Healthy Workplaces in April 2010 as a part of its WHO Global Plan of Action on Workers’ Health, 2008-2017.
Since then, there has been a sea of change in the corporate arena. With rising insurance costs and growing health concerns, it is no surprise in the rise of popularity and awareness in having a Healthy workplace. Many companies encourage their employees who attempt to maintain a healthy lifestyle by providing incentives and perks. As a result, both the employer and the employee are benefitted.

But, what’s the real return on investment?

How effective is a wellness programs, in terms of employee health, company culture, and business as a whole, or are they a total waste of time and money?

Call us to know more about the benefits of signing up a corporate wellness package with us.
The rising levels of pressure for working professionals to excel in their careers, meet demanding deadlines, and adhere to socially recognised/respected lifestyle has resulted in the increase in a number of illnesses like obesity, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, osteoporosis, dental problems, cancer etc. collectively called as the ‘diseases of affluence’. An individual’s workplace is directly influential on one’s physical, mental, economic and social wellness and apparently their families and the society in whole.
The concept of having a Healthy workplace has gained popularity and traction after the WHO’s Global Framework for Healthy Workplaces in April 2010 as a part of its WHO Global Plan of Action on Workers’ Health, 2008-2017.
Since then, there has been a sea of change in the corporate arena. With rising insurance costs and growing health concerns, it is no surprise in the rise of popularity and awareness in having a Healthy workplace. Many companies encourage their employees who attempt to maintain a healthy lifestyle by providing incentives and perks. As a result, both the employer and the employee are benefitted.

But, what’s the real return on investment?

How effective is a wellness programs, in terms of employee health, company culture, and business as a whole, or are they a total waste of time and money?

Call us to know more about the benefits of signing up a corporate wellness package with us.

Benefits of Yoga is evident and is widely accepted across the globe but what is Office Yoga? The Yoga exercises that could be done at your workstation without freaking out your colleagues is what we offer. Sitting at a desk all day isn’t easy for anyone. You end up squirming around in discomfort and pain. Eventually losing focus on work and productivity lags. Instead of fidgeting with your stationery and hanging around at the Coffee vending machine, you can sign up for our Office Yoga package. We will show you how to stretch those sore neck, back and shoulder muscles, relieve discomfort and relax your mind. Our office Yoga package includes a variety of poses that includes deep-breathing exercises, stretches and meditation. This technique, when practised regularly boosts immunity, clears up your mind and improves overall health helping you get through the daily chaos, healthier and happier.

The physical pain and discomfort of a long work day is inevitable not just in an Industrial setup with heavy machinery and equipment but even in office spaces. Staying in one position doing repetitive motion is typical at a desk. Such routines end up in conditions like neck, back and shoulder pain, obesity, musculoskeletal disorders, cardiovascular diseases and so on. Studies show that such diseases arising out of a desk job can take 7 quality years off of your lifespan. Fortunately, the research also discovered that you can reduce such ill-effects by simply getting up and moving around at least once every hour and a minimum 30 minute of moderate exercise each day. A short stretching routine at your workstation can drastically reduce your pain and discomfort at work.

Ergonomics is the human engineering studied to improve individual’s efficiency at work. Companies have understood that the decline in productivity and performance deliverables of their workforce is not only because of the employees’ personal reasons but also the congeniality of the work environment. A poorly designed workspace, lack of education and training may result in work related injuries and musculoskeletal disorders. Ergonomics’ prime focus is to align the work environment and the employees towards operational efficiency, employee safety and welfare.

AMOL works closely with companies to identify, measure and analyse employees’ health conditions like fatigue, posture irregularities, stress levels in relation with the layout, design and furnishing of the work environment. We understand the potential challenges and hazards employees might face in the current work conditions and provide corrective measures, proactive solutions, training and support to counteract those challenges.

AMOL helps companies have a better understanding if a potential candidate can meet the job requirements by conducting pre-employment tests to understand the physical and emotional challenges he/she might face in the job. We also assess employees coming back to work after an injury or illness and help companies,

  • To decide if the worker can perform job functions seamlessly
  • To identify changes that need to be made to allow the employees to return to work safely.
  • To plan for and impart work-safety training sessions.
  • To prevent and reduce injuries and associated costs

Our experts provide task-related, injury-specific interventions to treat work-related injuries that are customized to individual requirements and at the same time cost-effective to the employer. Such an early invention is the best strategy to help the employee to get back to work with ease and perform better.

Work is never stress-free. It is a dream for everyone to have a job with no to little stress. Not every dream becomes a reality. We can only make a rational choice to implement a few techniques and strategies to combat stress at work. The American Psychological Association has listed out the ill-effects of a stressful work environment: headache, stomach ache, sleep disturbances, brain fog, short temper, anxiety, insomnia, high blood pressure and a weakened immune system, depression, obesity and heart disease. Sometimes, people tend to complicate things by dealing with it in unhealthy ways like overeating, eating unhealthy foods, smoking cigarettes or abusing drugs and alcohol.

AMOL’s corporate stress management program helps employees

  • Identify their stress points
  • Help them understand the impact of each stress point
  • Establish a response protocol and boundaries
  • Healthy ways to relax
  • Ways to recharge oneself and get back on track.

AMOL’s OBGYN experts visit your female employees periodically and conduct seminars, awareness camps and workshops and educate them on their choices and introduce them to healthier options. This is a platform for them to meet specialists in the field and clarify their health concerns and doubts. We also conduct regular health camps to assess your health conditions and suggest you personalised treatment programs. Our specially trained physical therapists; trainers and dieticians help women to plan and act according to their unique fitness and nutritional needs. The prime focus of this program is to provide a comfortable atmosphere for women to let go of their insecurities, open up and come forward to talk about sensitive issues like breast care, PMS, and so on. The reason why we conduct these programs at the workplace is mainly to fit it into their workday so that women take more interest in their own health and well-being.

If you are an HR professional or an employer wanting the best for your Team, call us and we will drop in at your office to discuss our Corporate Wellness programs and services.

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At the age of 10, I was diagnosed with Epilepsy,it had been fairly well controlled throughout the years. I’ve been married for years and ever since, I struggled hard to have a child of my own. It is a surprise that it took until the summer of 2014 for me to actually seek professional help and truly understand it. This knowledge has helped me through my pregnancy and now I have a healthy d

The rising levels of pressure for working professionals to excel in their careers, meet demanding deadlines, and adhere to socially recognised/respected lifestyle has resulted in the increase in a number of illnesses like obesity, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, osteoporosis, dental problems, cancer etc. collectively called as the ‘diseases of affluence’. An individual’s workplace is directly influential on one’s physical, mental, economic and social wellness and apparently their families and the society in whole.
The concept of having a Healthy workplace has gained popularity and traction after the WHO’s Global Framework for Healthy Workplaces in April 2010 as a part of its WHO Global Plan of Action on Workers’ Health, 2008-2017. Since then, there has been a sea of change in the corporate arena. With rising insurance costs and growing health concerns, it is no surprise in the rise of popularity and awareness in having a Healthy workplace. Many companies encourage their employees who attempt to maintain a healthy lifestyle by providing incentives and perks. As a result, both the employer and the employee are benefitted.

The rising levels of pressure for working professionals to excel in their careers, meet demanding deadlines, and adhere to socially recognised/respected lifestyle has resulted in the increase in a number of illnesses like obesity, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, osteoporosis, dental problems, cancer etc. collectively called as the ‘diseases of affluence’. An individual’s workplace is directly influential on one’s physical, mental, economic and social wellness and apparently their families and the society in whole.

The concept of having a Healthy workplace has gained popularity and traction after the WHO’s Global Framework for Healthy Workplaces in April 2010 as a part of its WHO Global Plan of Action on Workers’ Health, 2008-2017. Since then, there has been a sea of change in the corporate arena. With rising insurance costs and growing health concerns, it is no surprise in the rise of popularity and awareness in having a Healthy workplace. Many companies encourage their employees who attempt to maintain a healthy lifestyle by providing incentives and perks. As a result, both the employer and the employee are benefitted.

But, what’s the real return on investment?

How effective is a wellness programs, in terms of employee health, company culture, and business as a whole, or are they a total waste of time and money?

Call us to know more about the benefits of signing up a corporate wellness package with us.
Corporate Wellness Programs

The rising levels of pressure for working professionals to excel in their careers, meet demanding deadlines, and adhere to socially recognised/respected lifestyle has resulted in the increase in a number of illnesses like obesity, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, osteoporosis, dental problems, cancer etc. collectively called as the ‘diseases of affluence’. An individual’s workplace is directly influential on one’s physical, mental, economic and social wellness and apparently their families and the society in whole.

The concept of having a Healthy workplace has gained popularity and traction after the WHO’s Global Framework for Healthy Workplaces in April 2010 as a part of its WHO Global Plan of Action on Workers’ Health, 2008-2017. Since then, there has been a sea of change in the corporate arena. With rising insurance costs and growing health concerns, it is no surprise in the rise of popularity and awareness in having a Healthy workplace. Many companies encourage their employees who attempt to maintain a healthy lifestyle by providing incentives and perks. As a result, both the employer and the employee are benefitted.

But, what’s the real return on investment?

How effective is a wellness programs, in terms of employee health, company culture, and business as a whole, or are they a total waste of time and money?

Call us to know more about the benefits of signing up a corporate wellness package with us.