Wellness

What's In Store for 2016: CBRE’s Big Predictions for Sustainability in 2016

by Rebecca Pearce
Article

COP21 a success – what next?
Is 2016 the year we will begin to see real action from participating governments regarding climate change?

Following December’s international convention in Paris, 195 countries signed an agreement to limit the global temperature rise to well below 2 degrees, with an aspiration of meeting a target of 1.5 degrees. At the time, the announcement was met with a poignant mixture of surprise, cynicism and relief.

How to Change Your Office - and Your Life - for the Better

By Lauren Coles
Article

Diageo, a multinational alcoholic beverages company, is setting an example for bringing wellness to a social workplace in their New York City office. The company has always encouraged employees and consumers alike to live well and celebrate responsibly. Culture & Partnerships Manager Alisa Jacobs took wellness offerings to the next level in 2015 by spearheading their Fitspo workplace wellness club, which offers an inclusive social atmosphere that people at the office love.

Aramark and American Heart Association Share Tips For a Tasty, Healthy Holiday Season

Small changes make meals festive and nutritious
Press Release

PHILADELPHIA, December 11, 2015 /3BL Media/ — The holidays can be chock full of delicious dishes and desserts…and decisions about how to navigate the season’s food frenzy in a healthier way. As part of their Healthy for Life® 20 By 20 initiative, Aramark and the American Heart Association have created a series of smart tips to help families and friends make healthier food choices.

Whirlpool Corporation’s HealthWorks Offers Employees a Better Chance at Success Through Engagement and Support

Via CSRwire Talkback
Article

Whirlpool Corporation has always valued the health of its employees. When we talk about health, we don’t just mean the numbers on the scale or the hours spent being active – although those numbers matter. Physical, emotional and spiritual health also matters.

Whirlpool Corporation’s HealthWorks Offers Employees a Better Chance at Success Through Engagement and Support

by Debbie Brandt
Blog

Whirlpool Corporation has always valued the health of its employees. When we talk about health, we don’t just mean the numbers on the scale or the hours spent being active – although those numbers matter. Physical, emotional and spiritual health also matters.

Volunteers Impact 500,000 on Global Aramark Building Community Day

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Nearly 8,000 Aramark employees touched the lives of half a million individuals and families in 15 countries during Aramark Building Community Day (ABC Day) in September. Associates participated in more than 300 projects that inspired families to lead healthier lives and helped youth and adults gain job skills. 

Back to the Roots® & Sodexo, Partner to Undo Food™ in Thousands of Schools Nationwide, Bringing Gardens into the Classroom

A unique approach to learning and healthy eating by leading services provider Sodexo and innovative Bay Area start-up Back to the Roots® will grow a half million pounds of food in 2,300 hundred classrooms
Press Release

OAKLAND, Calif., September 24, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Today, Back to the Roots®, a Bay Area food start-up and one of Forbes’ 25 Most Innovative Consumer Brands, and Sodexo, a Global Fortune 500 leader in facilities management and foodservice operations, announced a partnership to expand on the company’s unique mission to Undo Food™.

Bloomberg Square Mile Relay Begins in London

Press Release

The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay kicked off its 5-city tour in London on September 17, as Mike Bloomberg led the crowd through a final countdown unleashing 1,100 relay runners through the City of London.

Aramark and the Salvation Army Join Forces to Create Hub for Health and Wellness.

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More than 300 women and children at the Salvation Army Center of Hope in Charlotte, NC will benefit from the hub for wellness education and fitness that was created by volunteers on Aramark Building Community Day September 17.

Aramark volunteers and the Salvation Army are encouraging healthy physical activity with the new fitness area and enhancing an outdoor stage to help expand dance programs.

Health and Wellness Emphasized at Mary's Center on Aramark Building Community Day

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At Mary's Center in Washington D.C. volunteers taught the importance of eating healthy by leading cooking demonstrations and highlighting affordable meals during Aramark Building Community Day Sept. 17.

Chefs provided samples of healthy food and information about nutrition, while other volunteers transformed the outdoor patio into a space the community can now enjoy meals together.

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