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Chargebacks911 Touts Benefits of Exercise Related to Workplace Productivity—Company Conquers “Tough Mudder” Event
Date:12/9/2013

Tampa Bay, FL (PRWEB) December 09, 2013

Many U.S. companies are beginning to embrace the idea of “workplace wellness,” with 94 percent of businesses with 200 or more workers implementing wellness programs that encourage employees to take better care of their health (1). Inspired by the reported benefits of exercise on overall health and workplace productivity, dispute mitigation company Chargebacks911 instituted a company-wide fitness program, which recently culminated in staff members participating in the Tough Mudder obstacle course. Twelve Chargebacks911 employees ran the course on Nov. 2, 2013 in River Ranch, Florida.

As an industry that faces tough deadlines in a fast-paced and often-changing digital environment, dispute mitigation is not for the faint of heart—striving to deliver quality service can often mean long hours or stressful conditions, a trend that could lead to employee fatigue. After noticing two years ago that the only coping mechanisms employees had for adapting to the workload were high amounts of caffeine, sugary foods and longer work hours, Chargebacks911 co-founder Monica Eaton-Cardone launched an effort to increase employee well-being with an in-house fitness blog. After researching the benefits of exercise related to workplace productivity, Eaton-Cardone hired a personal trainer who provided each staff member with two or three workout sessions per week at no cost.

“We wanted to help balance the workload and alleviate any burnout syndrome in a healthy way. Adding a fitness component was the most logical way to show staff members that we not only appreciate their work and contributions to the company, but that we value them as people, as well,” said Eaton-Cardone.

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