The 2021 Well-Being Trailblazer Awards was co-hosted by Archetype Solutions Group and The Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) on July 14. The event was created to honor and celebrate well-being companies that have designed innovative products
Archetype Solutions Group and WELCOA recently co-hosted a roundtable with leading healthcare providers and the 2021 Well-Being Trailblazer Awardees LearnLux, Wellview and Peerfit on differentiation in the wellness space.
Obviously, COVID-19 turned everyone’s attention towards physical health. However, it also shed new light on mental and emotional health that had previously been lacking, especially in workplace policies and practices.
Our most recent roundtable brought together a group of leading health insurance companies along with our 2021 Well-Being Trailblazers to discuss the key characteristics of successful wellness programs and the future of workplace well-being.
It’s about time we start thinking of financial well-being as a health benefit we offer to employees. Financial stress takes a massive toll on both our mental and physical health.
We recently convened a group of leading health and benefits brokers and our inaugural cohort of Well-Being Trailblazers to discuss the future of work and how to support clients in leading healthy, resilient lives!
As we move forward, whether that is back to the office now, later, or not at all, this pandemic has put health and well-being support to the front of every employee’s mind.
We’re always on the lookout for exceptional candidates at Archetype, and we find them, of course, through interviews! Before the pandemic, 60% of recruiters were using video technology in their recruiting process, the Archetype team included.
Wellness is more center stage than it ever has been before, and we are seeing business leaders throughout the pandemic embrace the fact that companies that prioritize well-being are going to win.
In part 1 of our guide to making your virtual internship incredible we shared the perspectives gathered from our interns and their managers this past summer during our first-ever virtual internship program.