Most Frequently Asked Questions: Workplace Wellness MEMBERSHIP:
Why am I seeing MEMBER and to LOGIN Warnings?
All pages in this Corporate Wellness section, require login.
If you get a login warning, when visiting pages on this site, please login, or click here to join. It may mean your account has not been set up yet. If you have not joined, click here to Join. or if you have joined, please allow 2 business days for set-up. Please email us a list of your employees email addresses and names so we can also set up your employee’s logins.
If you get a login warning, when visiting pages on this site, please login, or click here to join. This is a membership site and Wellness Connections Administration needs to set up each employee manually. If you are an employee in a company and have been told your company is a member, check with your HR, Business Owners, Wellness Coordinator or the person who set-up the corporate account, and get the login information from them. If your co-workers have active accounts, you may email us a query at admin at go365wellness.com.
How do I get the most out of this program?
If you are an employee in a company, which subscribes to the Wellness Membership, your employer will provide you with their guidelines as to the appropriate usage of this program.
Some employers welcome employees to view topics of interest to them, on their own time, and may occasionally assign topics which may be viewed during work hours. As many employers restrict internet usage from work stations, you will need to comply with your HR departments guidelines for usage. For the most part, employers who subscribe, are keen to offer their employees information that will help them perform better on the job.
What Topics are Included?
Many of the topics have a direct relationship to the workplace such as: Customer Service, Team Building, Conflict Resolution, Bullying and other topics. New topics are added each month, so be sure to visit often.
Some of the topics, such as personal finances, mental health, and family relationships may not seem to relate to your employment. However, all of these issues can impact your ability to manage your stress and be effective in all aspects of your life, including your job. For this reason, we recommend employers allow employees the opportunity to access this information freely on their own time. Most employers care about the overall well-being of employees.