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Incorporate Massage Blog

Office Massage Appointment Sign-up Options: Paper vs. Digital

Posted by Erin Hall on Sep 19, 2017 10:00:00 AM

When you've got an on site massage program, you've got to have a way for your employees to sign up for their massage appointments.

There are a few standard options you have to choose from. Which one will you pick?

  • A sign-up sheet in the break room? 
  • Or an online option like a shared spreadsheet
  • Will you have access to a dedicated massage scheduling app
  • Or maybe you don't have any scheduling at all, and use a first come, first served basis instead?

in this article, we cover the pros and cons of each of these options. Check it out to see which one will be best for your massage program.

What To Do When Your Office Massage Therapist Doesn't Show Up

Posted by Erin Hall on Sep 12, 2017 10:00:00 AM

As a national massage company that specializes in office massage programs and events, you can bet we’ve seen our share of things that can go wrong in this industry. And that includes times when a massage therapist doesn’t show up to a client’s office.

It’s frustrating for our clients and it’s embarrassing for us.

So here’s what you should do if you should run into this situation.

Scheduling Office Massage Using the Massage Credit System

Posted by Emily Russon on Aug 30, 2017 10:00:00 AM

No, massage credits aren't the next big thing in credit cards. When we say massage credits, we're talking about how some companies distribute the massage sessions their employees get on their massage program. 

In the massage programs our clients have, they've determined how many massages each of their employees will get per month. We call these "massage credits." Then when your employees are scheduling office massage, they'll be using their massage credits, since their employer has already paid for them. 

However, some companies choose to distribute their credits on a monthly basis, while others want to distribute them all at once -- on an annual basis. In this article, we'll cover pros and cons between these two systems, so you can choose the best option for your massage program. 

Hiring Top Talent: 5 Best Interview Questions to Ask (And 3 to Avoid)

Posted by Erin Hall on Aug 23, 2017 11:00:00 AM

There's no question that hiring top talent is every hiring manager's goal.

But the right talent isn't just good for your productivity and project completion goals. The right job candidate also needs to fit into your company culture. To make the right choices when hiring, you've got to be asking the right questions at interview time. 

Starting a Wellness Program With No Budget: Varian Medical Systems' Story [video]

Posted by Emily Russon on Aug 22, 2017 1:56:47 PM

Does your company culture need a boost that only a wellness program could give, but there's just no budget? Don't worry—starting a wellness program with no budget is completely possible. 

Chair Massage History: The Surprising Backstory

Posted by Brooke Edde, LMT on Aug 16, 2017 9:00:00 AM

The inventor of the chair massage should win a Nobel Peace Prize, or at least be nominated. That being said, who should we credit?

In our modern society chock full of office workers that are slaves to the computer and all the terrible postures that come with it, chair massage is a godsend. Chair massage without even having to leave the office easily brings this relaxing and restorative therapy to the masses. But we didn’t come up with the concept. So who did?

Company Culture Ideas to Steal: HealthEquity's Purple People & How to Hire for Culture Match [video]

Posted by Erin Hall on Aug 11, 2017 10:00:00 AM

What steps do you take the hire the right people? How can you keep your employees engaged with the company while they continue to grow their skills? 

We recently got a chance to chat with Stephanie Larsen, the Benefits & Wellness Manager for HealthEquity, and she touched on those questions and more. 

HealthEquity has made it a priority to build a company culture that helps employees thrive. Check out the video to hear how they did it: 

Massage Sessions at Work: How Many Should Employees Get?

Posted by Erin Hall on Aug 10, 2017 11:01:02 AM

Limiting the number of massages your employees get each month is one way to control the cost of your office massage program. But it might not be the best choice for every company.

In fact, you might want to have no limit to the number of massage appointments your employees can make at work.

How to do you know which choice is best for you? Let's start by looking at what the differences could mean for your company, your employees, and your budget.

In this article, you'll learn why you might choose to restrict the number of massage sessions your employees get, or why you'd want to let them schedule as many as they want.

How to Sell Corporate Wellness to Your CEO

Posted by Erin Hall on Aug 9, 2017 10:00:00 AM

If you want to bring corporate wellness to your company, there's one important person you'll need to convince: your CEO.

And since they're likely going to want to see all the benefits of workplace wellness initiatives, we've given you a little help. 

In this article, you'll get 4 clear ways to clarify your wellness pitch to your CEO.