Wellness plans have become a common part of any company’s standard benefit offerings. However, most plans can only produce superficial results. We elevate our wellness offerings by using analytics that take your data, demographics and corporate culture into consideration. With that, we develop a long-term plan with customized goals and metrics that directly impacts employee productivity, turnover, and ultimately your bottom line.
You have access to a variety of targeted strategies to increase employee engagement, control healthcare costs and keep your employees healthy through:
Our team of specialists partner with your team — providing the guidance and training that encourages healthier lifestyles and more informed health-related decisions. Our subject matter experts include health management consultants, analytics consultants and registered nurses, with backgrounds in wellness, health promotion, public health, nutrition, exercise, behavior change, health literacy and healthcare.
Reducing the impact of healthcare should be an ongoing strategy. We can help you improve the well-being of your workforce, as well as the financial health of your company.
For decades, rising healthcare costs have been a consistent topic of conversation, particularly for employers concerned with enhancing worker productivity, reducing medical costs and meeting occupational health and safety needs. One solution which has arisen with increasing frequency is the establishment of employer-sponsored clinics (or “onsite/near-site” clinics). With this solution, however, comes many considerations and challenges for employers.
During the November 2018 elections, several states approved the usage of medical marijuana. Numerous other states allow access to products with cannabidiol (CBD), which is derived from the cannabis plant, but with low to no THC content (the psychoactive component). As medical practitioners start prescribing it more often for a variety of maladies, cannabis (or some form of it) will become present in the workplace. The next question employers will ask: Can we cover it under our health plans?
In a tight labor market where competition for the best talent is fierce, it’s tough to keep up with latest trends, and even more of a challenge to decide which trends to pursue. In this article we will cover some of the latest benefits we see employers considering and implementing.
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