Companies now more than ever are offering employees various options for preventive health care and maintenance in order to keep them healthy and to motivate workers.
Regardless of your current offerings to your employees, wellness should be a key element of any health benefits plan design you offer. To not do so is to ignore the detrimental overall effects that unhealthy employees have on your bottom line. Current studies show that wellness programs work and provide a good return on investment, especially when properly implemented and when engaged by workers.
When considering your investment in human capital, you cannot afford not to have a wellness program in place.
- Biometric Screenings
- Health Risk Assessments (HRA)
- Health Challenges
- On-site Education Seminars
- Health Coaching
- Wellness Website