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This brief and informative Power Point outlines the employer proposition of joining the US Wellness Chamber of Commerce.

This brief and informative Power Point outlines the employer proposition of joining the US Wellness Chamber of Commerce.

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  • 1. Improving The Health Of Your p g Workforce Without A Financial Investment Overview Of Membership Benefits For Employers
  • 2. Introduction To The Wellness Chamber Began in 1999 Formed to assist employers in the identification and mitigation of employees’ b h i l and d iti ti f l ’ behavioral d lifestyle risks which drive cost to employer Work with employers (single and multi-location) multi location) of all sizes and industries nationally including: School districts Cities/counties Service organizations Manufacturers Distribution and transportation companies p Non-profits And just about every other type of employer/organization! Our programming has been implemented by 1,000 1,000+ employers
  • 3. A Holistic View On Health & Wellness • Physical Functioning Physical Component • Bodily Pain • General Health • Bio-Metrics Three • Mental Health Components Mental/ Emotional • Vitality of Wellness Component • Social Functioning Preparedness • Financial Health Component • Legal Protection
  • 4. Why Wellness Now? Risk Drives Cost! • How much is employee risk costing you in lost productivity, increased absenteeism, and excess claims cost? • If you aren’t measuring it, you can’t manage it!
  • 5. Employer-Based Membership Includes A p y p Complimentary Wellness Program •one on one •state of the art, consultation for proprietary tool all HRA •health fair participants to environment •employee and discuss next Wellness Health Risk Health Risk spouse included steps Launch •health screenings Assessment Review conducted on-site •quick—only ten •conducted face to minutes to face w/ local complete Health Coach, if available •one on one •discounts on coaching for high •consistent wellness risk i di id l i k individuals promotion of products and Monthly timely health Access To ($) Presentations, services, i.e., Intervention topics throughout Additional cholesterol and •small group Flyers & Newsletters the year Resources glucose testing classes ($) •includes on-site ($) •legal/financial education resources ($) $ = optional service, fees not included in complimentary wellness program
  • 6. Monthly Wellness Workshops
  • 7. Three Optional Components Rather than push the cost to employers, employees have the option to participate in additional services to improve their wellness/reduce their risk on a payroll y deducted basis. Three optional components include: Pre-Paid Wellness An innovative and effective behavioral modification program that incorporates a local health coach who works with enrolled employees. p y Pre-Paid Legal A very effective program assisting employees in dealing with life’s issues that increase absenteeism and reduce productivity. Small Group Classes Affordable 12 week classes with guaranteed results on g popular topics, i.e., Weight Management, Heart Health (blood pressure/cholesterol mgt.), Back Health, etc.
  • 8. Logistics Of Implementation Employers j i th US W ll E l join the Wellness Ch b Chamber An experienced Risk Management Consultant will have a complimentary consultation with you to identify goals, incentives, timeline, etc. Wellness Launch will be held at your location 45 minute session to kick off program, complete HRAs, etc. kick-off Includes enrollment of voluntary, payroll deduction options Multiple sessions can be held to accommodate different shifts/locations without charge You’ll receive your aggregate report identifying employee populations’ risks to plan intervention 12 week small g oup classes held o s e ee s a group c asses e d on-site Topics based upon risks of your employee population Monthly Wellness Workshops held on-site 30 minutes per Workshop Multiple sessions can be held to accommodate different shifts/locations without charge
  • 9. FAQs What if my employees aren’t interested? aren t We average 97% employee participation when employers follow our best practices developed through 100’s of implementations. implementations How can there be no cost to the employer? Through grants, we are able to offer your first year’s membership at no cost with no obligation thereafter if you follow our best practices. If you elect to not follow best practices, the $495 Chamber Membership Fee applies. What’s the cost to employees? None, unless they elect to participate in an optional, fee- based component—PPW PPL, or small group classes component—PPW, PPL classes. Is there a minimum employee participation for the optional, fee-based, payroll deduction programs? No. However, we average over 50% employee participation in the optional, fee-based programs.
  • 10. Contact Information For questions about Chamber Membership or to schedule a face to face or web meeting to determine if we are a good fit please contact me: d t i d fit, l t t Thomas J. Montgomery, MHA, MBA J Montgomery MHA tmontgomery@uswellnesschamber.org United S States Wellness Chamber of Commerce C fC Toll Free: 800-429-4556 www.uswellnesschamber.org