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Companies are introducing wellness programs to aid their employees’ transition back to the office.

Jul 26 2021

Companies are introducing wellness programs to aid their employees’ transition back to the office. Wayfair, Samsung, SAP, Accenture Interactive, and Sky are among the companies joining Peloton’s Corporate Wellness program—a service that grants employees access to the brand’s memberships and connected fitness products. Peloton introduced the program to create “flexible employee wellness solutions” that employees can access wherever they are “and even team up with a coworker to motivate each other.” A survey of Peloton members in the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Germany found that 83% of Peloton members say their routine makes them feel more accomplished at work. Fitbit also introduced a health platform, Fitbit Care, to promote employee wellness, with 92% of Emory University employees who are part of the program noting that the service motivates them to be more active. YPulse’s fitness data shows that 71% of 13-39-year-olds say fitness is a priority for them this year, and whether companies opt for in-office workout studios or join a program like Peloton’s or Fitbit’s services, supporting their employees’ physical and mental wellbeing in today’s work culture is vital. (Digiday)