Corporate wellness​

Employees are your most valuable asset help them stay fit and  healthy with our best resources at affordable rates.   

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Why a wellness program is important for your company?   
 "When I moved to Los Angeles and before becoming a fitness trainer, I had a job as an International sales coordinator.
The company offered health benefits but the stress level of the employees, the long work hours and the instability were not compensated with a wellness program that addressed fitness, nutrition and a healthy lifestyle.
Ironically, the company was manufacturing healthcare devices.

    One day one of the managers died of a heart attack at age 46 leaving behind a wife and three children.
It was a shocking experience for all of us since he was appreciated a lot but it was also a big loss for the company to lose such a great employee." Graciela Perez CPT

Wellness programs have been considered a luxury in
companies instead of an obligatory preventive measure. Nowadays, with the new tax incentives and grants available under recent federal health care legislation, U.S. companies can use wellness programs to lower their health care costs - which increase with an aging workforce.
A report from the American Institute for Preventive Medicine states that employees who fall into 5 or more risk categories (stress, weight issues, high cholesterol, hypertension, lack of exercise, and smoking) generate three times more health-related costs than employees in only 1 to 2 categories.

Jonhson & Johnson leaders estimate that wellness programs have cumulatively saved the company $250 million in health care costs over the past decade; from 2002 to 2008, the return was $2.71 for every dollar spent!
Not only can a wellness program can save company billions of dollars but it also can profit it in retaining high level, effective employees and reducing employee turnover and the downtime of new employee training.