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In an increasingly competitive business world, many companies are finding that by investing in their employees, they have a positive return of their investment.

A well designed Corporate Wellness Program has been proven to improve a companies’ bottom line through tangible and measurable results such as:

Increased

Decreased

  • Employee Health

  • Moral

  • Productivity

  • Corporate Image

  • Recruitment Tool

  • Absenteeism
  • Stress
  • Work Related Injuries
  • Healthcare Related Costs
  • Staff Turnover & Related Costs

 

Direct Costs of Inactivity

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Canadians spend billions of dollars annually due to inactivity and associated costs. Here are just a few links that detail the expenses.

1) Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute

2) Public Health Agency of Canada

   
Sample Programs

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Awareness

Millar Conditioning will help your  business with health and lifestyle awareness initiatives including;

  • Employee Needs Survey

  • Lunch & Learns on various health and wellness topics

  • Posters, flyers, brochures on health and wellness

  •  Email wellness newsletter to all employees or sub-groups

  • Guest Speakers

Activities

Millar Conditioning will design program that specifically address the concerns and needs of your employees. These programs can be offered on-site, or at our private personal training studio and can include;

  • Executive Fitness Testing, and Personal Training

  • Weight Management Programs

  • Corporate Team Building

  •  On Site Fitness Programs, and Fit Breaks

  • Personal Training

  • Incentive Programs

  • Fitness Get-Aways and Retreats

Education and Lifestyle

Millar Conditioning can also facilitate other Wellness Programs for your business including;

  • Cholesterol Screening

  • Stress Management

  • Blood Pressure Clinics

  • Ergonomic Assessments and Reports

  • On Site Fitness Facility Design and Equipment Purchase

  • Company Discounts at Fitness Centres

 
Corporate Wellness Alumni
 

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  • Johnson & Johnson

  • Fisher Gauge

  • The Protectors’ Group

  • Business Development Bank of Canada

  • Trent University

  • Freedom 55 Financial

  • The Investors Group

  • Shimano Canada

Call us to discuss a Corporate Wellness Program tailored to your business. Packages can be developed for businesses of 2 to 2000 employees.
 

 
Return on Investment
 

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A review of 32 studies of corporate wellness programs found claims costs were reduced by 27.8%, physician visits declined by 16.5%, hospital admissions declined by 62.5%, disability costs reduced by 34.4%, incidence of injury declined by 24.8%.
  • A study reported average annual savings of $8.5 million during 4 years when 18,331 Johnson & Johnson employees participated in a health and wellness program at work. 
     
  • A separate study of the same group showed reductions in tobacco use, sedentary lifestyle, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, low dietary fiber intake and poor motor vehicle safety practices. 
     
  • Another study showed that employees who utilized an employee fitness center gained both physical and psychological benefits: improved morale (64%), job satisfaction (70%), work productivity (66%), energy level (83%), physical fitness (86%), general health (80%), work/life balance (63%), stress management (76%), stamina/endurance (84%), attentiveness at work (70%), healthy back (74%), keeping high blood pressure in check (62%), managing cholesterol levels (68%), and controlling weight (76%). 
     
  • Citibank’s health management program reported an estimated return on investment of $4.56 to $4.73 saved per $1 spent on the program (AJHP, Ozminkowski, Goetzel et al., 1999).
     
  • Over 5 years, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Indiana realized a 250% return on its corporate fitness program investment, yielding a ROI of $2.51 for every $1.00 invested (AJHP, Kenneth R. Pelletier, March/April 1991).

    Reference: Aurora Healthcare, 2005, http://www.aurorahealthcare.org

    Articles of Interest
     
  • Medscape
    An Aging Workforce: Health-Related Productivity and the Economic Value of Health Promotion    
     
  • Welcoa; Absolute Advantage: Volune 1; Number 9
    Results Oriented: Demonstrating Outcomes in Workplace Wellness
     
  • Welcoa; Absolute Advantage: Volume 2; Number 5
    ROI: Demonstrating results with Population Health Management
 

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