As business operators trying to support our customers’ Health & Wellness needs and preferences, the goal of staying abreast of the latest (and future) trends even outside of foodservice is important. Future shifts in wellness as identified by leading industry experts during the 2015 Global Wellness Summit held showed that wellness would become ever-present in the workplace and at home.
Traditional workplace wellness programs will evolve into more meaningful cultures of total wellness tackling everything from physical, to emotional to financial wellness. Companies will begin to measure success on ROV (return-on-value), the extent to which happy, healthy workers reduce healthcare costs and drive recruitment, retention and profits.
More homes, communities and even whole cities are being master-planned from the ground up for human health. Wellness living projects, which often re-think every aspect of residents’ lives from green spaces, to education, to interior air quality, are certainly good for people, and according to real estate developers, are good for the bottom line too.
Read the whole summary of the Global Wellness Summit.