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Why You Should Use a Corporate Trip Planner Outside Your Organization

Why You Should Use a Corporate Trip Planner Outside Your Organization

It’s tempting to look internally to program and staff your corporate wellness trip. It may seem easier, but relying on your own staff asks them to do more than one job (their job plus the job of a corporate wellness coordinator). Corporate wellness is meant to relieve feelings of overwork and help lessen the impact of work-related health issues on employees. Saddling employees with yet another task might exacerbate these problems and reduce the benefits of your corporate wellness program.

Corporate Wellness Programs Work

The purpose of corporate wellness trips is to make employees more productive by making them feel happier, healthier, and excited about their job.

Of employers offering wellness programs, 67% reported increased employee satisfaction, 66% reported increased productivity, 63% reported increased financial sustainability and growth, and 50% reported decreased absenteeism. (IFEBP)

Let Our Professionals Do Their Job

Instead of relying on your staff to do 2 jobs, you can let us do ours: book a corporate group of 12 or more (for one day or more) and we can plan a corporate wellness event for you. Our professional facilitators are ready to help you customize your group experience.

A customized group wellness experience brings everyone together, allows time to explore separate interests, includes some downtime, and allows social time with colleagues. Here are some things to do at Haliburton Forest to consider for your next corporate wellness trip:


Book your corporate wellness program during the week or during shoulder season for a quieter experience. Also, get a better choice of onsite lodging: cozy, (refurbished) holiday units or private campsites near the water. Cook your own food, or enjoy the onsite Cookhouse Restaurant.

Plan a Corporate Trip Today

To start planning your corporate wellness event, download this e-book to get some ideas, then contact Haliburton Forest and let one of our corporate trip planners take it from there.

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