Benefits of Corporate Wellness

Corporate Wellness Benefits

 

 

What is Corporate Health and Wellness?

Corporate Health and Wellness refers to the systematic approach endorsed by an organisation designed to enhance the health of the company and its most important asset: its employees.

The Ultimate Goal of Corporate Health and Wellness Promotion is to:

 

‘Create a culture that values and meets both individual and organizational needs for health improvement and corporate performance.’

 

Fitcorp Global is an established provider of successful, customized health promotion programs in the workplace. We work with organisations in all industry sectors to improve corporate performance through improving the health of their employees.

 

Our programs are goal driven and result driven.

 

Our Corporate Performance Services include:

 

» Needs & Interests Assessments
» Health & Lifestyle Evaluation
» Genetic Testing and Precision, Personalised Wellness
» Fitness Classes & Instruction
» Wellness Committee Development
» Corporate Onsite Seated Therapy
» Workstation Ergonomic Evaluation
» Health & Wellness Seminars & Lectures
» Variety of Challenges
» Corporate Gym Set Up & Management
» Weight Management Programs
» Executive Performance Programs
» Business Athlete Sessions
» Nutrition Coaching

 

 

Benefits of Workplace Health Promotion (WHP) & Corporate Wellness Programs

 Today, approximately 90% of companies in the United States with 50 or more employees report having some form of health promotion or wellness program. Asia is just beginning to realise the massive potential and benefits of corporate health promotion to enhance productivity, employee health and increase profits.

Below is a list of some of the main benefits Employers and Employees can expect from their corporate health and wellness programs.

 

Benefits for Employers:

 

  • Increased Productivity
  • Increased Employee Morale
  • Increased Employee Loyalty
  • Increased Employee Self Esteem
  • Increased Employee Retention
  • Increased Organisational Profits
  • Improved Communication
  • Improved Work Efficiency
  • Improved Company Image
  • Improved Cohesion among Employees
  • Reduced Absenteeism & Fewer Sick Days
  • Reduced Health Care costs
  • Reduced Mental Errors
  • Reduced Disability Time
  • Reduced Operational Costs
  • Attract & Retain Top Employees
  • Positive Return on Investment.

 

 

Benefits for Employees:

 

  • Increased Levels of Productivity
  • Increased Creativity & Alertness
  • Increased Energy & Vitality
  • Increased Concentration Levels
  • Increased Interest in Self-Care & Personal Health
  • Improved Self Esteem
  • Improved Weight Management
  • Improved Nutritional Habits
  • Improved Relationships
  • Improved Time Management
  • Improved Fitness (such as aerobic capacity, strength, flexibility, coordination & balance)
  • Reduced Stress & Stress Management Programs
  • Reduced Risk for Chronic Conditions (such as heart disease, hypertension, obesity and diabetes etc)
  • Reduced Incidence of Injuries

 

Return on Investment:

 

For every dollar invested, companies received:

 

Company US Dollars Period Total Savings
Coors Brewing Company $6.15 6 years
Bank of America $5.96
Kennecott Copper Co. $5.78 4 years
Equitable Life Assurance $5.52 1 year
General Mills $3.90 1 year
Motorola $3.15 1 year
PacBell $3.10
PepsiCo $3.00
Blue Cross $2.51 2 years
Prudential $1.93 3 years $6.6 Million
New York Telephone $1.95
The Scoular Grain Co. 1 year $1 Million
Johnson & Johnson $1.9 Million