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Here’s an excerpt from U.S.News on wellness programs at work:
Healthy employees are more focused and productive. That may be why a 2015 survey of over 400 employers by the Society for Human Resource Management found that 80 percent of respondents currently offer wellness resources and information, while 5 percent plan to offer the benefit in the next 12 months. These programs can take a number of forms depending on what the company feels would benefit employees.
Evren Esen, director of survey programs at SHRM, says she’s seen an increase in health and lifestyle coaching, smoking cessation programs and incentives or bonuses for employees who participate in fitness programs or complete health assessments. Interestingly, 11 percent of respondents in the SHRM survey even offered on-site massage therapy, which ties in with overall health and wellness. “A lot of employers are finding that wellness programs are helping not only to encourage their employees to be healthier, which impacts healthcare costs,” Esen says, “but create a sense of community within their organizations.”
Benefits of Workforce Health Promotion
|To the organization
||To the employee
|a positive and caring image
|improved staff morale
|reduced staff turnover
||increased job satisfaction
||increased skills for health protection
|reduced health care/insurance costs
|reduced risk of fines and litigation
||improved sense of well-being
Workplace weight management lowers costs, improves quality of life
Employees who participate in a workplace weight management program—even those without significant weight loss—have reduced health care costs and improved quality of life (QOL), reports a study in the November Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, official publication of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM). Read full study findings here.