Encouraging healthy behaviors is good for your bottom line

This white paper discusses the benefit a culture of health in the workplace provides to both employee and employer.  It  shares insights on best practices to start a wellness program, changing behaviors by using monetary and non-monetary incentives and the cost of doing nothing.

Key Takeaways

  • The cost of presenteeism in the workplace aka, the cost of doing nothing
  • Where to begin creating and maintaining a culture of health
  • An applicable client case study outlining program and results

For more information, take a look at our strategies, process, and resources associated with Wellness Engagement Programs.

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