Working at alliantgroup: alliantgroup Culinary Event – Houston, TX

Considering the demands of the modern workplace and today’s busy 24/7 schedules, it can be hard for a career-oriented professional to find the time to make that healthy homemade meal. According to statistics from the Commerce Department, sales at restaurants and bars overtook spending at grocery stores last year, which is a trend that could have major repercussions when it comes to our health.

As you might expect, a homemade meal is generally on average a much healthier option than eating out — it’s just that many workers struggle to find the time to make that meal, prizing convenience the most when juggling their careers and personal lives.

That’s why at alliantgroup, our Health and Wellness program emphasizes the importance of balancing work with a healthy lifestyle. On Thursday, August 4th, alliantgroup hosted its first culinary event for its Blue a Elite employees. The event provides the firm’s top performers with the culinary skills to make quick, easy, and (most importantly) healthy homemade meals. The class also instructs how to review for the best ingredients, ensuring that our elite performers are making the best decisions when it comes to their health.

Here is a video from our first culinary adventure:

For more information about our culinary adventures or other unique perks offered at our firm, be sure to check out our careers page.

By | August 10th, 2016|Company Events|

About the Author:

Working at alliantgroup: alliantgroup Culinary Event – Houston, TX
A native Houstonian, Melanie has always had a passion for health and wellness. After spending the first part of her career in corporate education for LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy), Melanie went back to school to study health and wellness to ultimately obtain her Masters in Exercise Science Health Promotion with a specialty in Wellness Psychology. Melanie loves helping people live their best lives through healthy living and successfully integrating work, family, fun, movement and nutrition. Melanie’s research in workplace wellness led her to develop innovative programming for employer wellness groups at Humana. While there, she wrote large group and special population programming to help Humana’s members find their healthiest ways of living tailored to their specific lifestyle needs. Additionally, she was a national educator for Lifetime Fitness working on programming for Group Fitness, specifically yoga and barre. Melanie has been in the wellness industry for over 10 years and along with wellness programming, she is also a yoga instructor, barre instructor, and meditation teacher.