Jun 29 2015
One of our favorite phrases around here is “A healthy worker is a safe worker.” This is part one in a series to explain the many facets of what that means to us.
Jun 25 2015
Benefitspro recently published an article on why employees aren't using their wellness programs-read it over on their website

A lot of the reasons employees cited are ones that TRS|Wellness has helped our clients overcome, and one of the biggest reasons employees are wary of participating is concerns over their privacy. As our programs are developed by healthcare professionals, we are experts at ensuring that our clients' private health information is respected and secure. The companies that we have worked with have found that having us manage health screens, incentives, and behavior based coaching has not only provided superior results, but that our professional team has eased these types of fears. 

Employers trust us to provide the best return on investment and employees trust us to help them to effect lasting meaningful changes in their health. What can we do for you?
Jun 12 2015

The American Heart Association has released recommendations on workplace wellness programs. The major finding of their advisory panel is that although many employers offer wellness programs, the majority of them are not effective or comprehensive. The AHA states:

“A comprehensive workplace wellness program includes: health education; exercise areas; a supportive environment; integration into other organizational initiatives; employee health and safety programs; and wellness screenings.”
Jun 12 2015

One of the main advantages to our unique approach to industrial wellness is that we are a therapy-driven team. There are other vendors that utilize rehabilitation clinicians, but they stifle their services into a very narrow representation of their expertise (such as only using them for pre-employment physicals).

Why would you want a physical therapist and/or certified athletic trainer on-site?
Jun 01 2015

So you know what a functional job description (aka a physical demands analysis) is, but what do you do with them?