Chalet Hotels commences 100 days wellness challenge

Chalet Hotels Limited commenced its 100 DAYS ‘wellness challenge’, a strategic initiative aimed at promoting a culture of health and well-being in its workforce. With a profound commitment to the holistic development of its employees, this challenge seeks to instill positive lifestyle changes and cultivate fitness habits over the course of 100 days. During the first phase employees at corporate office and site will participate, while in the second phase hotel associates will take the challenge.
Throughout this 100-day period, employees will have access to comprehensive health check-ups, providing valuable insights into their overall well-being. These assessments will encompass a spectrum of health metrics, including cholesterol levels, blood pressure, BMI, Body composition analysis and more. Armed with this vital information, employees can make informed decisions and take proactive steps towards enhancing their health.
In an effort to drive active participation and acknowledge employees’ commitment to better health, Chalet Hotels Limited will offer enticing rewards for those achieving considerable improvement in their health metrics. These rewards are designed to celebrate and motivate individuals who demonstrate dedication and effort towards their personal wellness goals.
Talking about this initiative, Mugdha Mahambrey, Assistant General Manager – Human Resources at Chalet Hotels Limited, said, “The well-being of our employees has always been a paramount concern at Chalet Hotels Limited. The 100 days ‘wellness challenge’ embodies our dedication to fostering a healthy lifestyle and creating a work environment that prioritizes well-being. Through active participation, we believe our employees will experience heightened energy levels, increased productivity, and overall happiness.”
The 100 days ‘wellness challenge’ commenced on 22nd December 2023 and will conclude on 31st March 2024. In addition to offering a range of wellness programs like physical fitness coaching, dietary seminars and consultations and staff support groups, Chalet hopes to foster a sense of community among staff members and lay a strong foundation for overall wellness.

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