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The rise in technological advancements has enabled increased communication and in turn intensification of workloads. Ensuring employees have both support and tools to ensure lifestyle, health and wellbeing are supported enable employees to be focused and cultivates strong supportive working environments.
The rise in sedentary lifestyles has put a significant strain on our health resulting in the rise of non-communicable diseases known as NCD's these include diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer and heart problems.
Our health should always be at the forefront of our priorities. With our hectic life schedules, we can often put ourselves last on the priority list. HWF works to promote, educate and cater for a healthier lifestyle. A simple health screen can often be life-changing or knowledge of nutritional needs or allergens.
Costs per Employee
Millennials prefer better work life balance to high salaries
Physical Inactivity Costs Irish Tax Payer
Rate in Ireland due to NCD's
Founded in 2009 HWF has one vision to reduce the increased risk of sedentary lifestyles. Many health-related issues can be curtailed by leading a healthy life and reducing the dependence on the Irish health service.
Our HWF team are highly qualified health professionals, their credentials, experience and professionalism make HWF a leading corporate health provider. Our professional experience in the health sector and professional sports backgrounds offers companies access to a team with a significant health insight and team engagement to improve corporate health.
The corporate sector has a significant role to play in educating and promoting a healthier way of life in an ever-increasing sedentary workforce.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Brian Hanney Senior Executive Dublin City Council
"The Healthy Workforce Challenge has been marvellous for this Division, it also brought staff closer together."
Anne Hogan HR Director
"Practical examples inspired staff to make small lifestyle changes which had a big impact on their personal health and fitness."