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November 19, 2015 Amelia Wilcox

What Happens When Company Growth Kills Chair Massage Programs

Great news: business is booming! Now for the bad news: your employee massage program can’t keep up.

It’s a concern we hear about frequently. See how we’ve solved it, once and for all.

when company growth kills your employee massage program


How Does Company Growth Affect Employee Chair Massage Programs?


How business growth affects corporate massage

Company massage programs are scheduled according to the number of employees getting massaged each day, and how long each massage lasts.

When a company grows — either by hiring slowly, or acquiring another whole company — the corporate chair massage program could break.

Now you have more employees than your massage schedule can fit. This is a problem.

 

What not to do

The best way to kill morale is to cut a much-loved program.

The solution to the growth problem isn’t to do away with an established massage program, thinking it was nice while it lasted.

If you do that, your employees will feel slighted.

Related: Proven Ways to Boost Employee Morale: Why Office Massage Delivers

 

Company growth and chair massage

A reputable national chair massage company will be able to grow with your company. With a little creative thinking, there are ways to make a massage program work with each new employee you add to the team.

Some options include:

  • Expanding the hours of each chair massage day
  • Adding an additional therapist to your massage days
  • Increasing the number of massage days per week or per month

Ultimately your best bet is to start off with a massage company that is agile enough to support your company’s growth.

 

Amelia Wilcox

Amelia Wilcox is the Founder and CEO of Nivati, a leader in corporate massage and employee mental health support since 2010. Her high-growth B2B company provides employee stress management tools that arm businesses with actionable data and positive employee experiences to improve wellbeing, boost morale, and increase engagement.

Amelia has exponentially grown her company from a solo living-room service business to an international technology brand.

Awards
Recently listed as a Forty Under 40, Fast 50, Inc 5000 Twice awarded National Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year

Licenses, Certifications & Memberships
Licensed Massage Therapist since 2002
Member of American Massage Therapy Association
Served on Utah Worksite Wellness Council from 2012-2015

Education
Attended Utah College of Massage Therapy
Educated in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology at the University of Utah

Publications
Massage Magazine (AMTA's publication)  

MENTAL HEALTH FOR THE WHOLE EMPLOYEE