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6 Reasons Your Company Needs a Fitness Program How do you keep the team spirit high while trying to manage stress levels and prevent a big dip in productivity? Corporate fitness.

By Victoria Repa

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As nearly every company had to instantly switch to working remotely over the past year, the cases of undue stress, low motivation, loss of focus, and miscommunication among employees have risen dramatically.

I can imagine how HR managers worldwide found themselves struggling over the same problem — how do you keep the team spirit high while trying to manage stress levels and prevent a big dip in productivity? In my company, the answer was clear right from the start — corporate fitness.

Fitness at BetterMe has always been a critical team-building tool. In our daily work, we don't just promote leading a healthy lifestyle and maintaining inner peace — everything we put out into the world we embody ourselves, first and foremost.

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