Wellness at Work Series
Despite the pandemic contributing to a global economic crisis, 1 in 5 employees voluntarily changed employers in 20201. And it turns out that more than 25% of these job-jumpers were looking for a company that would do more to support their well-being.
This is where our Wellness at Work Series comes in.
Employee engagement—defined as the emotional commitment a person has to their workplace—plays a significant role in a company's success. In fact:
Companies with high employee engagement are 21% more profitable
Employee engagement improves morale in the workplace and reduces absenteeism
Employee engagement increases productivity
69% of employees say they'd work harder if they were better appreciated
Our Wellness at Work series consists of various seminars designed to help your team feel more energized, resilient, connected, and supported.
Created by our clinic's owner, Kristina Virro, seminar topics include:
Self-Care While Working From Home
Combatting Zoom Fatigue
Mental Health & Nutritional Strategies to Combat Anxiety
Design a topic that's unique to your organization's culture and goals!
MEET THE SPEAKER
Kristina Virro is a Registered Psychotherapist & Holistic Nutritionist who is passionate about how mental health and physical health intersect.
She created Fresh Insight with a mission to inspire hope, catalyze change, and foster a sense of personal empowerment.
A former journalist, she places great value in research and incorporates evidence-based findings into her seminars.
Kristina has shared her expertise with many media outlets, including FLARE, Canadian Living, ELLE, and many podcasts and radio shows (learn more here).
Learn more about how we can support your team.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
The seminar was engaging and enjoyable. It was like a therapy session without actually paying for one!
The background information and statistics on how much more efficient and productive you can be when you take the extra time to focus on yourself was astounding.
I loved the overall clarity of the presentation and examples from Kristina's personal life; it made it more relatable!