Chair Massage creates a positive workplace culture

Research has validated the positive effects of massage therapy on job performance and mental alertness resulting in improved accuracy and reduced stress – induced illnesses.
Stress can negatively affect workplace productivity.
Workplace massage can not only help to relieve employees’ work-related stress and tension, but it can also help to improve office morale: knowing that an employer is investing in the health of its workforce can go a long way toward making staff feel valued and appreciated. Providing this health benefit for employees is a sound investment.

American Institute of Stress states that an estimated 1 million workers are absent every day due to stress. Repetitive musculoskeletal injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome have become the nation’s leading workplace health cost and account for almost a third of all workers’ compensation awards. Massage has been shown to help in reducing these kinds of injuries, leading to reduced absenteeism, fewer workers’ compensation claims, and less cost to employers.

Chair massage can help your company retain its employees by improving job satisfaction. Furthermore, Chair Massage creates a positive workplace culture, and can help your team get through a demanding time or reward them for their extra effort.

Corporate massage techniques measurably lower the day-to-day stress of the competitive workplace. Relaxed workers are more likely to cooperate with each other, and lowering stress also lowers both anxiety and hostility, improving the work environment for everyone.

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Lucja Maslowska

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