Most people spend more hours at work than anywhere else, in addition to the time they spend commuting each day. We know that today’s workforce is looking for a better work-life balance.
That’s why more corporate wellbeing programs are being implemented by companies of all sizes. Employees who are stressed, unhealthy or work too much overtime tend to take more time off than their healthier colleagues. Wellbeing programs can significantly reduce absenteeism as well as reduced employer healthcare costs. Studies show less stressed employees increase productivity and tend to stay with their companies, even if they are offered higher-paying jobs by the competitor.
We believe that helping our clients strategically promote and support their employees’ physical, mental, and financial well-being, will positively impact not only their employees’ lives, but ultimately their businesses, too.