Check out our article in the special edition of Business in Vancouver: Planning for your business.
Our own president and founder Diane Dupuis discusses the relationship between healthy employees and a company’s ROI. It looks like corporate wellness initiatives are here to stay!
A corporate wellness program should focus on changing poor health habits and improving communication in the workplace. It requires commitment from the top, judicious planning and an integration of business objectives with employee needs. Employers who were quick to recognize the positive correlation between healthy lifestyles and a healthy profit margin report that wellness programs produce a healthy return on investment. They describe savings of $4-$5 dollars for every $1 invested in health promotion.
If you’d like to develop a wellness program contact us and we’d be happy to help!