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A healthy work force is beneficial to your business, bottom line, and employees. In a competitive work environment healthy motivated workers get the job done. If you think the costs of implementing a corporate wellness program are prohibitive, you may be surprised to learn that significant savings can be realized with such a program in place.
Wellness seminars are a good first step in introducing wellness programs. There are five stages of change which influence how people respond to programs. One stage is neither better nor worse than another. It simply is where people are. Seminars can introduce information for those desiring to learn something new or learn more; they offer an opportunity of helping people who need hints on being prepared for launching into action. Those actively pursuing appreciate reminders of how far they have come. Significant change doesn’t ‘stick’ unless unhealthy lifestyle habits are replaced with healthy ones.
Walking presentations are well received due to amazing benefits of walking.
♥ Reduces Cost ♥ More Productive
♥ Boost Morale ♥ Improve Decision Making
♥ Responsibility ♥ Improves Worker Loyalty
♥ Attracts Healthy Workers ♥ Bolsters Personnel
For every dollar you spend on wellness, you save as much as five to six dollars on illness.
♥ Better Productivity = Earn more money or time
♥ Fewer sick days = more time for other activities
♥ Fewer office visits = fewer co-pays
♥ Fewer prescription and over the counter drugs
♥ Anti-aging Antibiotic
♥ Better pricing on life insurance
♥ Time is money no longer spent in doctor offices or clinics
♥ Deteriorations in health -- you may not even be able to get medical insurance
“Our research time and time again confirms the benefits of healthier, fitter employees. They have fewer and lower long-term medical claims, they are absent less, their disability costs are lower, and their perceived personal productivity and job/life satisfaction levels are higher."
- Peter Soderberg, President Johnson & Johnson HMI.
What the Numbers Show
"There is no question that regular exercise improves one’s ability to perform, reduces stress, and enhances self-image."
- Dr James Rippe, Cardiologist, University of Massachusetts.