Top Workplace Wellness Feeds to Follow on Twitter

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5 September 2023

Top Workplace Wellness Feeds to Follow on Twitter

As healthcare costs continue to skyrocket, workplace wellness is becoming about much more than just avoiding employee turnover and reducing absenteeism. (Learn more in “7 Steps for Implementing a Workplace Wellness Program“.) Workplace wellness programs, and wellness testing, is vital in today’s workplace to maintain not only a healthy workforce, but a healthy bottom line as well. (Learn more in “Three Key Ways Wellness Testing Benefits Companies“.) By being more aware of workplace wellness, employees are saving money and increasing morale. (Learn more in “Do Workplace Wellness Programs Save Employers Money?“) These Twitter accounts are out top picks to follow to help you stay on top of the latest workplace wellness news and information.

Why this list? We based the list on Twitter data including things such as content, follower/following ratios, frequency of tweets, blog popularity, the opinions of others in the field and our own subjective judgment.

One note: Some influential voices may not be included, either because they don’t have active Twitter accounts, or because they only tweet about workplace wellness occasionally. Our goal is to provide the best possible stream of news and insight about workplace wellness.

Did we miss somebody? Let us know!

Advancing Wellness
Workplace wellness program consulting company focusing tweets on innovations and the latest information in workplace wellness.

APA Excellence
American Psychological Association Center for Organizational Excellence feed, focusing on morale and mental health in the workplace to create a mentally healthy workplace.

Dean Witherspoon
President of Health Enhancement Systems and focusing tweets for Wellness Managers.

Twitter feed dedicated to news and insights designed to help companies foster happy workplaces.

Jennifer Arnold
Part of the Redesigning Wellness team with a focus on morale and mental wellness.

Louise Fordham
Deputy Editor at Employment Benefits Magazine and focusing tweets on a wide variety of workplace wellness topics.

Redesigning Wellness
Workplace wellness program consultant focusing on steps to improve wellness in the workplace.

The Happy
Wellness consultants working from a holistic approach and tweeting about simple workplace wellness tools.

Tom Greene
Employee Benefit specialist tweeting about making benefit plans work for companies interested in workplace wellness.

Rebranded health channel of Health, focusing on general health and well-being from a variety of disciplines.

Working to build healthy work cultures, not just programs.