How health impacts your bottom line
Healthcare costs continue to rise. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 86% of our nation’s healthcare costs are tied to health problems like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and obesity that are largely preventable. Beyond healthcare costs, poor health also affects workplace productivity in the form of absenteeism, presenteeism, workplace injuries and disability.
Creating a culture of wellness
Most of our waking hours are spent at work, making the workplace an ideal setting to create a supportive culture of health and empower employees to take control of their health. By creating a workplace environment that champions wellness and encourages positive behaviors such as healthy eating, regular physical activity, and stress management, employers can attract, engage and retain employees who are healthier, happier and more productive, resulting in a better bottom line.
What We've Achieved
- Reducing health care costs
- Less sick day utilization
- Improved productivity
- Overall improved morale
- Increasing the perceived value of fitness, yoga & country club memberships
- No more, "If I ignore the problem maybe it will go away."
- We have a window into our health...LET'S LOOK THROUGH IT
- Creating conversations about life-choices that are rooted in health and wholeness, not perfection and perception.
- As physical health improves we see our emotional and mental health improving as well.