— Good for You & Good for Your Organization
This white paper is intended to show not only how important wellness programs are for an individual, but also how important they are for an organization. In addition, it will demonstrate how wellness programs have evolved over the past few years in terms of their scope and adaptation.
After reading this white paper, you should have a better understanding of how wellness programs are beneficial and why they should be implemented.
Maintain or improve employee health. Incentive-based employee wellness and chronic disease management programs have been heavily publicized as the “healthy option” to improve employee performance and reduce healthcare costs before problems arise.
Articles from major industry publications and data from some of the most highly recognized research organizations confirm the positive impact employers receive from implementing wellness programs. So, if wellness programs are so great, why haven’t all companies initiated some type of program?