Corporate Wellness Pp


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Be Well Corporate Wellness Program

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Corporate Wellness Pp

  1. 1. Employee Wellness
  2. 2. Why Wellness? • Increase Employee Attendance • Increase Productivity • Retain Staff • Reduce Medical Cost • Improve Health and Well-Being • Reduce Risk • Prevent Disease
  3. 3. National Facts Chronic disease is the leading cause of direct health care costs. Researchers estimate 75 percent of all health care costs stem directly from preventable chronic health conditions. Yet only 1 percent of the $1.9 trillion dollars spent on health care in the United States goes to protecting health and preventing illness and injury. Our Be Well Program works to change this by emphasizing prevention, early detection, treatment and employee incentives.
  4. 4. Healthcare Facts • Annual healthcare spending has increased from $75 billion in 1970 to $2 trillion creating a critical issue for individuals and corporations • Healthcare expenditures are increasing at a rising rate of 8-14% annually • Chronic illness such as diabetes, heart disease, and obesity account for 75 percent of health costs • Recent study of Fortune 500 CEOs indicates that concerns about employee health and the resulting impact on costs and productivity far outweigh concerns about litigation, labor, materials, energy, and pension costs • Employee health care cost is the #1 concern over day-to-day business challenges
  5. 5. Be Well Atlanta Offering a wide range of wellness programs, resource tools, and solutions Be Well Atlanta helps employers understand their employees’ overall health status and take an active role in their personal health and wellness. In addition to our community professional network and programs, we offer onsite wellness programs to impact your bottom line through our matrix approach and team of experts.
  6. 6. Our Program • Company Health Assessment • Incentive Rewards Program • Monthly Education Program • Health Fairs and Events • Access to Atlanta’s Health and Wellness Experts • Discount on Wellness Services through our Network
  7. 7. Unhealthy Employee Facts
  8. 8. Healthy Employee Facts
  9. 9. Examples of Educational Topics Tobacco Cessation Smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in the United States. Numerous studies show the earlier a person quits smoking, the better their chances become at avoiding long-term complications. The Advanced Tobacco Cessation Program is designed to help individuals realize these health benefits by quitting tobacco for good.
  10. 10. Examples of Educational Topics Nutrition With the guidance of our Nutrition + Wellness Coaches, you’ll: •Identify specific goals and reach them quickly •Create customized strategies to meet your employees needs •Break old habits that hinder your progress •Develop new life management skills to create a more successful and balanced life • Achieve long term results Our Nutrition + Wellness Coaches will work with your employees as a group and one-on-one through our onsite educational series. 
  11. 11. Understanding how your weight effects you • Loosing weight • Understanding your body and how it processes food • Eating heathy • Detoxification • Food and fitness planning • Avoid diabetes • Sugar and how it effects us
  12. 12. Efficacy Ergonomics • All work activities should permit the worker to adopt several different, but equally healthy and safe postures • Where muscular force has to be exerted it should be done by the largest appropriate muscle groups available • Work activities should be performed with the joints at about mid-point of their range of movement. This applies particularly to the head, trunk, and upper limbs • We can train your staff to self-monitor and regulate their ergonomic environment
  13. 13. Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy Typical symptoms for men and women consist of: Allergy symptoms, depression, fatigue and anxiety, endometriosis, fibrocystic breasts, hair loss and facial hair growth, Headaches, dizziness and foggy thinking, Low sex drive, Osteoporosis, PMS, Urinary tract infections and incontinence, Uterine fibroids, Weight gain, water retention and bloating, and wrinkly skin, enlarged prostate, low sperm count, erectile disfunction, and muscular reduction in strength. Bio-identical Hormone Therapy can be adapted to each individual hormonal needs. Bio-identical hormones are available in a variety of strengths and dosages.
  14. 14. Wellness Incentive Programs What works and why?
  15. 15. Our Partner Global Behavioral Solutions Specializes in designing, implementing and measuring Wellness Incentive-based programs Has saved corporations millions of dollars by changing the employee’s behavior Programs provide tangible, measurable results for both the employee and the employer Mission: To assist clients in reducing their healthcare costs by improving employee compliance through effective measurement, communication and world class incentives.
  16. 16. Clients $22 billion retailer of office Operating unit of Capital City supplies, business services, Bank Group, a $1.9 billion furniture and technology to assets regional bank with consumers and businesses from operations in FL, GA, and AL. home-based businesses to Fortune 500 companies in North America and throughout Europe. Based in Valdosta, GA. One of the largest land owners in Over the road Transportation the US. Several Saw Mill Company – Largest hauler of locations throughout the Organic Foods in the US. Southeast. Been in business Based in St. Augustine, for over 100 years. Florida
  17. 17. Evaluating Cost Reverse the Trend Saving Money Saving Lives
  18. 18. Rewards For Wellness Awards and Recognition What really works?
  19. 19. Rewards for Wellness Regular communication Employees should receive wellness statements rewarding them for healthy preventative activities (listed previously). This should be done as often as possible – monthly, quarterly and annually Employees earn points/incentives for such activity Employees redeem accumulated points when they choose for what they want not what the company chooses for them
  20. 20. Formula For Success • Leadership Involvement Utilizing system as a management tool to measure, monitor and achieve desired behavior • Associate Empowerment Empowering the associates to control what they achieve on the recognition program and meeting their intrinsic needs • Three Dynamics of Change • Recognition • Internal Motivation • Corrective Action
  21. 21. Foundation Stones • SMART Performance Objectives Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic Timely
  22. 22. Our Program Examples • Complete Health Risk Assessment • Annual Physical (PAP) • No Emergency Visits • Attend Educational Programs and health fairs • Health Screenings for various ages • Wellness Coaching • Organize Wellness Competitions
  23. 23. Personal Empowerment Choice of Rewards Encourages Well-Compliant Behavior Employee Choice – The #1 Motivator Employees choose their reward rather than the company choosing for them! They choose from a world class Incentive Mall featuring over 5 million incentives, including and MORE!
  24. 24. Effective Incentive Program EFFECTIVE PROGRAM IN-EFFECTIVE Maximum Participation Select Groups Objectives: Objectives: - Individual - Subjective - Departmental/Team - Just organizational - Organizational Must Win! A few or No Winners -Perform – Win! - Lotteries Timely Recognition Once A Year - Instantly - No Presentation - Monthly No Recognition Value - Quarterly Annually - No association between reward Trophy Value and behavior - Lasting Memories What did we get? Progress Documentation - Do the employees know how they - Reported and Communicated are doing?