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Better Health at Work

Employers lose billions of dollars and hundreds of productive hours every year due to employee absenteeism and below-par performance. One of the major reasons for this is sickness, stress, and unhealthy lifestyle of modern-day workers. That is when corporate wellness programs become important to be adopted. Corporate wellness programs have now become an important part to improve employee satisfaction and well-being. Corporate wellness program refers to a systematic plan adopted by an organization to pursue and promote the health of its most important asset – its employees. A corporate wellness program is all encompassing in the sense that it promotes not just physical fitness, but also mental, emotional, and spiritual health of workers.
The importance of corporate wellness is twofold. One, it leads to a healthier, more energetic and productive workforce. Two, it leads to a significant reduction in healthcare expenses and improved employee morale. Some of the top wellness programs currently in use today include:
Health Risk Assessments: Health Risk Assessment is a top corporate wellness program currently in use globally. Organizations that implement it determine the safety and health concerns of workers by the assessment of appropriateness of the facilities and equipment against the needs of the employees.
In-house Diet and Nutrition Drives: This is another wellness program that organizations use, particularly those that offer in-house commissary or cafeteria services. Instead of serving richer, high-calorie fare, cafeterias offer options for a healthier diet, usually in the form of low-calorie foods and sugar substitutes.
Employee Assistance Programs: Employee Assistance Programs consist of a wide variety of services. It can range from providing educational resources to employees regarding health issues to sponsoring health services and medical care. In many companies, medical and insurance have also become a staple part of their benefits system.
Incentive Rewards: Some of the top wellness programs implemented by companies involve incentive rewards. This involves company-sponsored programs that reward employees for achieving specific wellness goals.
In-house Wellness Newsletter and Campaign Drives: One of the top wellness programs that organizations can implement is a self-powered tool using a newsletter to promote wellness, coupled with a visible campaign. The campaign may be done periodically and focus on a specific topic, such as smoking hazards, cancer, stress, carpal tunnel syndrome, safety in the workplace, etc.
Peer Pressure: In many organizations, companies take advantage of peer pressure in order to encourage workers to participate in wellness programs. This is currently one of the favorite worker wellness programs currently in use today and growing in popularity.
Exercise and Physical Activity Drives: Another top wellness program for organizations is one that involves physical activities. Companies often sponsor exercise-related events such as marathons and company sports programs to encourage employees to remain fit or lose excess weight.
The Global Corporate Challenge (GCC) is the world’s largest and most exciting corporate health and wellness program with independently proven results. Explore the other solutions for corporate employee health and wellness at www.gettheworldmoving.com
  
 
 

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