While most companies do “something” to promote employee health and well-being, very few—just 7% of companies surveyed in a nationally representative study—offer a “comprehensive program.”  What we know is that companies who offer comprehensive programs have better health outcomes and other outcomes we expect from a comprehensive approach.


The health outcomes of comprehensive corporate wellness programs are many, including smoking cessation, weight loss and obesity prevention, diabetes, blood pressure and cholesterol management, and personal health and safety practices like seat belt use, sleep hygiene, and stress management.


Let us show you the benefit of how a comprehensive wellness program can have a positive ROI on your overall benefit costs.

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