Is your corporation’s ROI decreasing? Are the costs of your corporation’s health insurance premiums increasing?
If you said yes to either or both of these questions it is most likely because your employees are not getting what they need to work at their highest potential. A good way to change this is through the use of wellness programs.
Health promotion programs are a excellent way to lessen the stress felt by staff while working, help the physical and mental health of all individuals, create a safer, more fun work environment, and hence increase the productivity of all staff and decrease the cost of health insurance for the organization.
There are many ways that businesses can go about increasing company wellness. One of the most well-liked ways is by building a fitness center that the workers of the corporation can use before or after working.
By building an onsite gym, companies are showing that they’re concerned with the health of their workforce and that they’re willing to help with the physical and mental wellness of their workers.
A fitness club is also promoting necessary healthy strategies like losing weight, needed daily aerobic activity, and just in general, everybody’s want/ need to stay healthy and fit. In order for all employees to stay safe while exercising, a organization must employ staff whom are properly trained and qualified as fitness trainers.
There are also many other options that businesses have, to go about building worker wellness programs. One other choice is to hold exercise courses such as yoga, spinning, or walking, or to hold educational courses that teach about how to eat healthful, give general health education, or teach more, fun ways to exercise.
Another great way to improve a health promotion program is to hold support groups for tobacco use cessation, losing weight, or dealing with cancer. With a combination of all these different ideas and health promotion programs, corporations can create successful health promotion programs that help not only the individual personnel, but also the corporation as a whole.
Drug and alcohol addiction programs also have a high return on investment for employers. In fact current research shows that addicted employees are 33% less productive than sober employees. Further, their absentee rate is 10 times higher than that of sober workers. Following is a great Guide to Employee Interventions for employees. There’s also a lot of other outstanding information found on the site.