Helpful suggestions for Wellness in the modern workspace


Encouraging wellness in the workplace is a growing trend that we welcome with open arms here at Hablando Solo. One of the best ways to improve the overall wellness of a workspace is to encourage the employees of said workspace to move. No matter how inspiring your views, how ergonomic your furniture, or how healthy your air, no workspace is healthy if the people inside it are lethargic all day.

This week, we have compiled a list of several helpful workplace suggestions to help you use your physical office as a tool to nudge your employees toward satisfying and edifying levels of personal fitness.

And yes, we avidly practice what we rabidly preach. Our offices are outfitted with every single one of the ‘completely hypothetical ideas’ that we will share with you, and we have never been in better shape in our lives. Each of our employees will proudly tell you that every day at our office is one non-stop, heart-rending, hair-raising, fire-blowing, nerve-searing parade of terror, and since everyone knows that no office is complete if it doesn’t include at least three to five things that may kill you on any given day of the week (and eight to ten things that may kill you on Tuesdays), we will maintain that we have the well-est offices this side of the Milky Way.

If anyone begs to differ, they can feel free to drop by for a cordial chat on any Tuesday they like.

Check back tomorrow for the first piece of advice.


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One thought on “Helpful suggestions for Wellness in the modern workspace

  1. Jay Kilfoy says:

    Looking forward to tomorrow’s advice….love it….


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