Employee Wellness Initiative
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ADULT OBESITY TO HIT 42% BY 2050!!!
Current Employee Wellness
The indirect costs of poor health can result in two or three times the amount of direct medical costs. Proactive approaches are now widely accepted as both cost-effective and necessary for successful benefits programs. At least one-fourth of health care costs incurred by working adults are attributed to changeable health risks, such as diet and lack of exercise.
Darlene, please add these items from our team: • Walking the Flats • Weekly Fitness Activity • Weekly Weight Control Meeting • Workplace Challenge • Monthly Healthy Potluck Fundraiser • Nutrition Workshop Series • Brain Building for Adults • Financial Health
More than 50% of employees want to engage in work-based wellness programs.
Provide an opportunity for staff to improve their health, both mental and physical health. Effective workplace wellness plans average $5.93 to $1 savings-to-cost ratio...even better if it's free!
Wellness programs should be holistic and include key areas of employees’ everyday lifestyles, including a focus on a healthy work environment, healthy eating habits, stress management, and finance management.
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