Incentives for Corporate Wellness Programs

wellness-incentivesWhen it comes to corporate wellness, there are so many incentives that can be offered. Elite Health Coaching is here to help you, your company, and your employees figure out the best way to improve the overall health & well-being of your employees long-term, not just temporarily while they race to see who can lose the most weight. It’s about making long-term, sustainable changes that can be done for a lifetime!

Elite Health Coaching can sit down with you and your employees to help figure out what will be the most beneficial. We can help figure out what can be done with the budget provided. This can range from incentives for individual tasks, weight loss, or even a group detox for all of your employees that want to participate. Could you imagine if your office was working towards a common goal while adding a little big of a competitive edge to the routine?

Corporate wellness is beneficial to all, and is a great thing to consider if you own a company or want to boost your company’s productivity.

For more information in regards to the benefits of corporate wellness programs, you can visit the US Department of Health & Human Services Federal Occupational Health page at http://www.foh.hhs.gov/fedstrive/case.html. On this site, you’ll find some amazing facts about the benefits of wellness programs including:

  • An organization saves approximately $350 per employee per year by keeping healthy employees at low risk.
  • The number of working Americans who get “no exercise” is two times higher among those who have no access to workplace fitness programs.
  • An overweight employee annually costs their employer an additional $450 to $2500 in medical expenses and absences.

To schedule a meeting with Elite Health Coaching about how a Corporate Wellness Program can benefit everyone in the company, top to bottom, contact us at sadie@elitehealthcoaching.com.

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