Illness is becoming more prevalent with the subzero temperatures and bad eating habits that come with winter. Reliable is doing something to fight that by giving their employees good tips for eating and staying healthy through 2014 in the employee newsletter! We want our employees to have a happy and well-rounded life, good heath is the key to the whole wellbeing. We also know that healthy employees are happier and we like to make employees for life at Reliable. That’s much easier to do when our employees have access to knowledge of good eating habits and information for their health!
The two articles in this month’s employee newsletter, The Reliable Source, includes a section on how to know how many calories per day you need to eat to stay healthy, gain weight, or lose weight, as well as a section that challenges Reliable employees to keep a record of how much they eat every day by using a log like “My Fitness Pal.” Prizes are given out for those that keep track of how they’re doing and report it monthly to the dedicated company nurse, Danielle Herndon. According to Herndon, keeping track of calories and food consumption can help lead to a healthier you, simply because you get to see exactly what you’re consuming and have a better knowledge of how to consume more or less, depending on your needs. To learn more about the challenge, visit this link.
Focusing on weight can help with many other health factors, and Reliable wants its employees to know that its people care and offer assistance in keeping that age old New Year’s resolution.
Reliable wishes you and yours a safe, happy and healthy 2014!
If you have any questions about our blog Reliable Focuses on Employee Health, please contact Anne Arundel County’s largest site-work contractor today by calling 410-987-0313 or visit our website. You can also follow Reliable Contracting on Facebook and Twitter!
Reliable Contracting Company serves the following and surrounding Counties: Annapolis, Queen Anne’s, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Calvert, Caroline, Charles, Howard, Prince George, St. Mary’s, Talbot, and Washington D.C.