Apple's New Program Supports Corporate Wellness Initiatives
For ages, wearable technology has been trying to get people healthier. Consider the earliest type of interactive watches from the 1980s, with basic stopwatch functionality built into an easy to wear device. In the ensuing decades, pedometers and heart rate sensors also added into the fold, providing data and tracking in the simplest ways to help people get healthier.
At the same time, corporate health and wellness initiatives evolved. Recall the era depicted in Mad Men, where smoking happened in the office and bottles of liquor were stored in desk drawers. Today, corporations understand that promoting employee health and wellness isn't just an HR perk...