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Did you know that 80% of employees want employers to take an active role in creating a healthy workplace?

We believe that helping your employee’s lead healthier, more productive and happier lives through the value of a workplace wellness program makes good business sense — and the benefits are impactful.

  • Improved employee health
  • Enhanced morale
  • Increased productivity
  • Greater employee engagement
  • Increased loyalty and commitment
  • Improved presenteeism
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Cost containment

Whatever your sector, whatever your scale, putting our wellness solutions to work will make a difference to your people and your bottom line.

Contact us today at wellness@peoplecorporation.com or 1-800-753-0110. 

Monthly Health Observance

April is Be a Donor Month

Registering as a donor is a unique chance to give the gift of life and improved health. One organ donor can save up to eight lives and one tissue donor can improve the lives of up to 75 people.[1] There’s a shortage of organ donors in Canada[2] and more than 4,500 Canadians are waiting for an organ donation right now. Unfortunately, hundreds of Canadians die each year while waiting for transplants.[3] This April, during Be a Donor Month, you can help raise the registration rates and eliminate waiting lists by registering as a donor. Registration takes less than two minutes! Visit the Canadian Transplant Society website for more information about how to give the gift of life.

[1] Government of Canada website
[2] The Organ Project
[3] Government of Canada website


Health Tip

How to Register to Be a Donor

Have you decided to be a donor? Congratulations on taking the first step!

Each province has its own registration process and for up-to-date information on the requirements by province, visit the blood, organ and tissue donation page on the Government of Canada website. Once you’ve decided to become a donor, it’s important to tell your family members about your wishes. Before organ donation is possible, a doctor will turn to your next of kin (i.e., your closest family tie) for consent. Telling your family about your desire to become a donor ahead of time can provide guidance and comfort during a difficult time.

Recipe of the Month

Hearty Smarty Garden Vegetable SoupDownload