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Benefits of Corporate Wellness

4Top 10 Reasons for Worksite Wellness

  • Decreased healthcare costs
  • Increased workplace morale
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Reduced overall costs
  • Increased productivity
  • Increased responsibility
  • Increased company loyalty
  • Reduced sick leave
  • Improved work performance
  • Decreased health insurance premiums

Return on Investment

Bank of America realized a return of $6 for every $1 spent on its health-promotion program - American Journal of Health Promotion

PepsiCo found that its corporate wellness fitness program produced a 300% ROI. —Fitness Systems

New York Telephone saw a return of $1.95 for every $1 spent on corporate fitness. —Compensation and Benefits Management

  • Obesity ranks as the 2nd most preventable death
  • Obesity ailments are estimated to cost $147 billion/year in health-related costs
  • The difference between healthy-weight and obese individuals is $3,000/year


Employee Turnover

Tenneco found that employees who participated in its corporate wellness fitness program were 13% less likely to leave the company than those who did not.—Business & Health

Annual turnover rate for participants in British Columbia Hydroelectric’s fitness program was 3.5% compared to a company-wide average of 10.3%.—Cigna

Toronto Life Assurance reported turnover of employees in the wellness program was 1.5% versus 15% for non-participants. —Economic Benefits of Enhanced Fitness, Roy Shepherd

Reduced Absenteeism

The average annual per capita increase in medical expenditures and absenteeism associated with obesity ranges from $450-$2,500 per obese employee. Costs increase along with BMI. The combined annual per capita of being an obese man, including medical expenses and absenteeism, ranges from $460-$2,030. For women the per capita costs ranges from $1,370 to $2,485. —IDEA Fitness Journal, January 2006

Northern Gad Company employees who are in the corporate wellness program use 80% fewer sick days than non-exercising employees. —Riverside Occupation Health Services

Coors has saved over $2.3 million in lost wages due to absenteeism. —Business & Health

Johnson and Johnson watched its absenteeism rate fall by 15% within two years of introducing a fitness program. —Human Resources Executive

Reporting is done by BTR to ensure measured results and outcomes

  • Anthropometric body measurements and reporting every 12 weeks for participants and a provided report for management
  • Fitness test reporting every 12 weeks for participants and a provided report for
  • Surveys provided to employee and company


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