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Wellness that works

Drive Engagement

 
 

Health induces confidence, focus, productivity, creativity, and collaborative innovation. These are the components of a successful company.

 
 

Healthcare Costs

 
 

Chronic disease accounts for 75% of the company’s healthcare costs. 66% of these bills are preventable through simple lifestyle changes.

Total costs for on-the-job healthcare benefits are expected to rise 5% in 2018, surpassing $14,000 a year per employee (Luhby, 2017). This percentage is expected to grow year after year.

Minimize chronic disease and increase productivity with preventative health routines and wellness activities.

In a critical meta-analysis, conducted by Health Affairs, it was found that medical costs fall by $3.27 of every dollar spent on wellness programs and that absenteeism costs fall by about $2.73 for every dollar spent (Baicker, 2010).

 

75%

healthcare cost come from chronic disease

66%

chronic disease bills are preventable

 

$14,000

healthcare costs per employee

3/1

return on investment for wellness programs

Small, habitual behaviors lead to lasting results.

 
 
 

Attrition Costs

 
 

An “engaged employee” is defined as one who is fully absorbed by and enthusiastic about their work and so takes positive action to further the organization’s reputation and interests.

An engaged employee is a more productive, committed employee, ultimately saving their company on turnover and healthcare costs.

Not only do disengaged employees run the risk of spreading negativity and lowering office morale, they’re also costly to businesses.

 Gallup found that an actively disengaged employee costs their organization $3,400 for every $10,000 of salary, or 34%. 

On average, turnover costs a company an estimated 16% of an employee’s annual salary (Merhar, 2016).

According to the Gallup State of the American Worker Report, only 29% of managers are engaged with their jobs, directly impacting an organization’s attrition rates. Actively disengaged employees cost the U.S. economy $483 billion to $605 billion each year in lost productivity. 

 

cost of disengagement per employee salary

Employees feel engaged when work feels more like a community and less like a factory.

 
 
 

Show You Care

 
 

Employees are much more likely to be engaged when they work for a company that nurtures a strong culture of wellness.

A happy, healthy, and inspired employee is 75% more productive than an unhappy, sick, depressed employee.

How do you keep your team happy, healthy, and engaged? By providing tools and resources that actively support their well-being.

According to research by leadership development experts Dr. Brad Shuck and Maryanne Honeycutt-Elliott, “higher levels of engagement comes from employees who work for a compassionate leader—one who is authentic, present, has a sense of dignity, holds others accountable, leads with integrity and shows empathy.”

Furthermore, a study by Gallup found that 62% of engaged employees feel their work positively affects their physical health.

However, when it comes to disengaged employees, this number drops to 39% and a mere 22% among actively disengaged employees.

The results were even more dramatic when it came to employees’ psychological health. Gallup found that 78% of engaged workers feel their work lives benefit them psychologically, while just 48% of disengaged employees and 15% of actively disengaged employees say the same.

 
 
 

Employee wellness programs help foster a sense of community in the workplace. 

 
 

It pays to promote well-being.

 
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