Mission: Our mission is to play a crucial role in improving health and happiness, and through that process, create a ripple effect that transforms the world.
Check us out on Forbes.com where some of our amazing benefits are listed in #8!
Headquarters: New York, NY
We don’t believe in a Snuggie approach to health (i.e. one-size-fits-all). There are many paths to wellness, and obviously IIN agrees, which is why apart from general insurance, the company also offers acupuncture coverage and on-site chiropractic care, massages, and yoga to its employees. The full-spectrum approach applies to meals, too, with breakfast, lunch, and snacks provided completely gratis. The company’s kitchen is filled with enough healthy foods (nuts, fruit, granola, cereal, yogurt, etc.) to stock a small Whole Foods. And should employees want to top off their healthy diet with supplements, each floor has a vitamin station. If the day-to-day sounds indulgent, consider the little treats—artisanal dark chocolates, locally made soaps, or candles—that make monthly appearances. Given all this goodness, it’s fair to assume employees never want to leave the office, but even the happiest worker bees need time away from the hive. That’s why its 120 employees get a generous vacation package, additional half-day summer Fridays, plus the week between Christmas and New Year’s off.
Check out our Total Wellness write-up on Business News Daily!
I have been working at Institute for Integrative Nutrition part-time (Less than a year)
Really positive work atmosphere. Lots of affirmation for job well done, courteous feedback when I miss the mark. People work really hard at their jobs, which is really motivating.
Lots of really cool benefits, although as a PT I'm not qualified for most of them. And the super-healthy, super-young vibe gets old after a while!
Advice to Management
Please discourage after-hours communications. If you say you support normal work hours but everyone still emails each other at all hours, it sends a mixed message about hidden expectations.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Institute for Integrative Nutrition (New York, NY) in March 2016.
Came in for a quick interview, which seemed like a get-to-know round. Unfortunately, did not get asked back. The people were very nice, which seems to be a common theme for the PROS of this company. However, the CONS in this site were a little alarming, but overall everyone I came into contact with seemed very nice.