Amy Ritsema

Amy Ritsema

Amy Ritsema graduated from Hope College with a degree in exercise science and has been working in corporate wellness for more than 25 years. Ritsema co-founded Grand Rapids-based OnSite Wellness in 2006 and continues to enjoy helping organizations bring wellness solutions to their employees. As a certified Worksite Wellness Program Consultant, she spends most of her workdays designing, developing and implementing wellness programs.

ARTICLES

When corporate wellness is in place, small businesses benefit

October 10, 2017
When you hear the term “corporate wellness,” you might picture large companies with in-house gyms, smoothie bars and trainers on hand to plan meals and whip employees into peak physical condition. Read More

Supporting mental health days

July 31, 2017
When a Michigan-based software developer took time off of work to focus on her mental health, the CEO of her company responded, and his response went viral — for all the right reasons. Read More

Creating a wellness culture

June 30, 2017
Health care is a hot topic in today’s business world. Insurance coverage, long- and short-term disability, flex programs and wellness programs might not be the most glamorous of subjects, but they matter. Read More

An integrated approach to workplace health and safety

April 6, 2017
Employee health has been shown to improve the effectiveness of occupational health and safety programs, which in turn increases an employee’s willingness to change behaviors. Read More