Why is Corporate Wellness important?
With today's rising insurance costs and high rates of chronic disease, it is especially important for companies to invest in the health and wellness of their employees.
Many of the conditions treated today could be prevented or reversed with improved diet and lifestyle practices.
Let's create a Culture of Wellness
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Did you know that it is estimated that between 75-90% of all visits to primary care physicians are for stress-related problems? (4). Most people are in a constant state of stress in the form of worry, anxiety or fatigue, which is not something our bodies are designed to handle. I am here to educate your employees and give them the tools they need to make them healthy and keep them that way.
Partnering with me:
- We'll talk about your bottom line and what you are trying to achieve, be it a lovely perk, reduced insurance costs, a less stressed and more focused population, a weight loss program, increased employee productivity during an afternoon slump and more!
- I will ask you several questions to get a sense of your employee needs and wants.
- We will design a program that meets your corporate needs, works with your budget and gives your employees the tools to make real and lasting positive changes.
- I will customize a program completely for your audience. There is no one size fits all model when it comes to health.
- I will bring useful handouts and giveaways to get your employees on their way to success.
Given my extensive background in Corporate Training & Development and Human Resources, I have an understanding of what makes employees tick. I know how to make someone walk out of a room with the tools to change behavior. I have a strong grasp for how employees benefit from wellness programs and health education.
Please contact me today to schedule a corporate consult and we can design a program that fits your corporate goals and employee needs!
(1)Six Reasons Why Health Promotion Makes Sense, Welcoa, 2002
(2)Cost Benefit Analysis and Report 1979-2001, Univ. of Michigan Health Management Research Center
(3)Rand Corporation, 2004
(4)American Institute of Stress