Why Worksite Wellness?
With health and overall benefits costs on the rise, employers need programs and tools to help empower their employees to lead healthier and more productive lives. Employees are a company’s greatest asset, but also one of its largest risks. With every risk there is also the opportunity for reward. Businesses implement all kinds of risk management strategies throughout their organizations, but often fail to implement any sort of risk management program in regards to employee health & productivity. A properly designed wellness program will reduce overall health risks and improve productivity.
With the majority of adults’ waking hours being spent in the workplace, employers have a unique opportunity to help employees live healthier, more productive lives. The Return-On-Investment for wellness programs has been proven through a significant quantity of research, which consistently reveals a positive ROI for wellness programs.
There are a multitude of reasons that company’s implement wellness programs, many of which include:
- Control Health-Care Costs
- Reduce Absenteeism & Disability
- Lower Employee Health Risks
- Control Workers’ Compensation
- Enhance Productivity
- Improve Employee Morale
- Employee Recruiting and Retainment
- Promote a Positive Corporate Image
Up to 70% of your health care spending is driven by five unhealthy lifestyle behaviors:
- Poor Diet
- Tobacco Use
- Alcohol & Drug Use
The good news is these are modifiable behaviors through a worksite program designed to motivate employees to positive change. Click here to view the Programs & Services we offer.
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Corporate Client Benefits
- Professionally developed plans and educational content
- Customized to your workforce and culture
- Awareness and education
- The support of a group setting, and accountability
- Ongoing support and additional resources