It Takes a Special Health and Wellness Company Who Is Prepared to Work with a Corporation
Here are the crucial components of a successful corporate health and wellness program, and the questions you need to ask:
- The quality of the company who provides the health and wellness services. Do they guarantee results?
- The appropriateness of the services for the company. Do they exactly match the needs of the company and its employees?
- Employee participation and compliance. How will employees who are feeling overburdened, overworked, and underpaid for their efforts become motivated? (Taking some time out for health and fitness, although counterintuitive, actually serves as a timesaver and a productivity booster when done correctly.
What other companies are doing.
The U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services says that almost all companies with more than 750 employees now offer some kind of health improvement program (although the scope of those programs varies considerably). The agency reviewed health promotion and disease prevention programs of nine large employers and estimated that the companies saved anywhere from $1.50 to almost $5.00 in health-related expenses for every dollar spent (The average savings was $3.00 for every $1.00 spent).
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