(Originally published by This is Alabama on February 2, 2018) Protective embraces holistic approach to wellness — even during lunch break Sometime between 11am and 1pm, most of us take our lunch. We aspire to pause from our crazy workload for 30 minutes. That’s 1,800 precious seconds to fill our bellies and quiet our minds before we get right back to it. At Protective Life Corporation, the mission has always been simple and straightforward when it comes to helping customers: Understand what people need and provide with a servant’s heart. This philosophy extends inwardly, too. From an onsite fitness center to a therapist on hand to help employees work through any emotional stresses, Protective aims to provide a holistic approach to wellness for every member of its team. In October of 2017, Protective broadened this holistic approach to transform that much-needed lunch break into a true treat that benefits the…
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