With current events affecting businesses across the world, we’re no exception. However, we are ahead of the curve with developing a strong company culture while working remotely–our team has been a virtual community since Incorporate Massage began 10 years ago! We know it can be hard to stay connected when working from home, but we also know the importance of feeling part of something larger in times like these! We’re doing our best to make sure our team stays engaged, has a community connection, and feels supported. Read on to learn more about how we’re keeping our remote company culture strong.
More and more people are heading online to make connections, stay motivated, find community, and keep healthy. Many yoga teachers offer online yoga classes, either live or prerecorded, and including these classes as part of your remote wellness benefit packages can be a great way to keep your dispersed workforce healthy. Curious what the benefits of offering virtual yoga classes are? Read on to learn more about the physical and mental effects of yoga!
Working from home may seem like the dream. Meeting calls from the couch? No need to change out of your pajamas? But remote work comes with its own set of stressors. Our team has been working from home since Incorporate Massage began 10 years ago, so we have some experience with creating a healthy, stress free virtual workplace. Let us share our top tips for releasing stress in a stay at home world.
Awesome perks such as gym memberships, free lunches and onsite chair massage have become increasingly popular ways to reward employees. But what about remote teams? Providing perks for remote employees can help a dispersed team feel connected and make a huge impact on their happiness at work. In fact, studies have shown that feeling appreciated increases office morale and employee retention. Read on for our suggestions to celebrate your remote team!
As more and more businesses around the world move to a virtual workplace during the COVID19 pandemic, employees are encountering the challenges of working remotely. We know you want your team to feel supported, but as an employer you may be concerned about keeping your team productive and connected. We’re here to help ease the transition, by identifying the biggest stumbling blocks, and creative ways to turn these challenges into successes! Read on to learn more.
As a national company we are being proactive in efforts to prepare our massage therapists and do our part to prevent the spread of the coronavirus!
Coronavirus (or COVID-19) is a growing health concern in the U.S. As a hands-on business it’s important that we take preventative measures to protect the well being of our staff and clients. We’ve taken steps in order to safely continue to provide massage therapy to corporate offices in every major city in America.
Employee Appreciation Day is this week, on March 6, 2020! We know you want to celebrate your staff’s year-long efforts, but it can feel like all the options for doing so aren’t great for office health. Donuts, cake and pizza parties, are typical appreciation day fare, but is that really the best way to show your staff you care? Read on for 5 healthier ways to celebrate Employee Appreciation Day this year.
If you’re looking into providing chair massage to your employees, you’re in good company. Everyday, more businesses decide to offer in-house massage on a regular basis, and they are seeing the results! Happier employees, higher morale, lower health care costs, and a renewed sense of employee loyalty are all benefits of corporate office massage. Because chair massage is increasingly popular, there are countless companies offering mobile massage to meet this growing need. So how do you choose? Check out this list of 5 reasons to use a national corporate massage company.
Here at Incorporate Massage we’ve differentiated our offerings from our competition, by bringing smart technology into the massage industry. We pioneered a software platform to provide full-service scheduling, reminders, reporting and billing. And that’s something no other massage company has been able to do! This expansion into the tech sector has allowed IM to grow exponentially. We’ve taken on more clients, larger companies, and are able to serve them seamlessly. It’s also what led to Incorporate Massage winning Stoel Rives LLP’s 2019 Utah Innovation Award.
Our founder and CEO Amelia Wilcox has been the driving force behind pioneering the first and only on-demand booking platform that exists in the corporate massage space. Taking a human industry and bringing automation and ease to the process through technology has allowed us to become the simplest, easiest way to bring massage into the workplace!