In a new piece by Out of Office, the publication highlights the many ways companies are helping employees cope with the coronavirus situation. As part of the article, Out of Office spotlights the “new ways” Magellan Jets brings benefits to its employees at home. Check out more from the piece below.
Out of Office Shines Spotlight on Magellan Jets
In the article, Out of Office takes a look at the different ways businesses focus employee well-being during this crisis. Additionally, the piece outlines how measures taken now will lead to long-term benefits.
As part of the round-up, Out of Office highlights how Magellan Jets focuses on its employees’ health. In particular, it showcases how the private jet company uses partnerships with RestoreResilience and Everybody Fights to offer virtual resources.
Check out an excerpt from the Out of Office piece below, including a few words from Magellan Jets CEO and Founder Joshua Hebert.
“Mental and physical fitness are so important right now, and we want to make sure our team has all the resources they need through partnerships and technology to stay healthy and happy,” says CEO Joshua Hebert. Looking for programs to motivate and keep his team engaged during the crisis, Hebert partnered with RestoreResilience, a virtual program which helps employees working remotely cope with the stress and anxiety caused by the pandemic. The company also teamed up with Everybody Fights to offer live virtual fitness classes. “Moments like this are humbling,” said Hebert. “But, if we remain united and work together, we’ll all come out of this better, wiser and stronger.”
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