Communication Associate

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Description

Healthy people make the world and the workplace better. LifeonSprings supports thriving lifestyles by teaching people how to turn insurmountable habit changes into small actionable steps that can effectively make them feel and do their best every day. Optimal health is the management of physical, emotional, social, spiritual and intellectual health.

“Across industries and job types research shows the people who fit the description of thriving demonstrate
16% better overall performance as reported by the managers
25% less burnout self-reported than their peers
32% more committed to the organization
46% more satisfied with their jobs, miss less work and report significantly fewer doctor visits.” (1) make subscript footnote on the bottom of page

(1) Engaging Wellness: Corporate Wellness Programs That Work

LifeonSprings Wellness Coaching is a simple accountability and sustainability tool for individuals, office and telecommuting workforces.








Responsibilities

Academic research on popular psychology, social psychology, neuroscience and workplace wellness
Assist in summarizing research
Demonstrated ability to research and outline core concepts and themes accurately
Write articles, blogs and other coaching materials
Research online blog opportunities
Complete weekly tasks as assigned accurately and thoroughly

Requirements

Must be a psychology, sociology, communication, marketing or journalism major or graduate
Excellent research skills for academic and sales marketing materials
Excellent writing skills and interest in writing articles, blogs and coaching materials
Excellent Microsoft Office and Desktop publishing skills
Interest in health, wellness and psychology in the workplace preferred
Comfortable with working remotely with occasional in person or videoconference meetings

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