Mar 22, 2018
Health Enhancement Systems (HES), world leader in workplace wellness challenges, has released a white paper outlining how it harnesses the power of science and fun to captivate and motivate participants.
Nov 29, 2017
HES, world leader in workplace wellness challenges, brings fun and festivity to more than 50 corporate well-being programs across the country with its innovative Health for the Holidays program.
Nov 06, 2017
HES, world leader in workplace wellness challenges, introduces a new pricing structure that rewards high participation for organizations running 2 wellness challenges in any 365-day period.
Oct 25, 2017
HES (hesonline.com), world leader in workplace wellness campaigns, has launched its newest and most ambitious product, Keep America Active (hesonline.com/kaa).
Aug 01, 2017
HES, world leader in workplace wellness campaigns, announces a free 2-week pilot for their newest product, Keep America Active.
Mar 16, 2017
HES, world leader in workplace wellness campaigns, has released tips and infographics for wellness program leaders featuring nutrition myth-busting tips and produce-promoting strategies targeting employees and families.
Nov 30, 2016
Health Enhancement Systems announces the addition of 3 team members and a new, state-of-the-art headquarters as the company grows to meet an escalating demand for its world-class well-being campaigns.
Sep 14, 2016
Health Enhancement Systems, world leader in workplace wellness campaigns, is pleased to launch Health for the Holidays, a unique product for boosting employee and family member well-being during the holiday season and all year long.
Jul 12, 2016
Health Enhancement Systems has been selected to administer a custom activity challenge platform open to University of Texas System's UT SELECT medical plan members: employees, retirees and dependents (~130,000 members).
Jul 09, 2015
For anyone with wellness or health promotion responsibility, this health behavior change white paper makes a compelling case for starting with big goals that stretch ability and why small goals can be counterproductive.