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Organizational Wellness Programs

The Costs of Poor Health

Health care costs continue to rise. This can take a toll on businesses and organizations, particularly ones that share the cost burden of their employees’ health insurance premiums. Additionally, lost productivity is a hidden cost that may be more taxing to the bottom line than health premiums. Absenteeism increases when employees are unhealthy. Even when employees are at work, often productivity suffers because they’re operating at reduced capacity due to health issues.

Why Worksite Health Programs?

Both employees and employers benefit from worksite health programs. Employee benefits are obvious: improved physical and mental health. Less obvious, but just as significant, are the benefits to employers:

  • Lower health insurance premiums
  • Increased productivity
  • Reduction in accidents
  • Decreased smoking breaks
  • Diminished workplace stress
  • Improved corporate image
  • Improved employee recruitment and retention
  • Better employee morale
  • Enhanced management-employee relations

What Program is Right for You?

Investments in worksite health programs have been highly successful, with the amount of return on investment (ROI) contingent on program size and scope. Programs can be simple, comprehensive or anything in-between. Whether you are a small, medium or large business or organization, you can reap benefits from worksite health promotion. Contact David Rath Nutrition for a free consultation to discuss the best options for your business or organization.

Corporate Clients

David Rath Nutrition has worked with various agencies, organizations and businesses, including:

Aristotle Inc. – Little Rock, Arkansas
Arkansas Center for Health Improvement – Little Rock, Arkansas
Arkansas Public Retirees Association
Arkansas School Wellness Conference
Beacon Legal Group – Little Rock, Arkansas
Blue Cross/Blue Shield Discount Program, Arkansas
Blue Cross/Blue Shield Employee Wellness Program, Arkansas
Chestnut Global Partners – Bloomington, Illinois
City of North Little Rock, Arkansas
Clinton, Arkansas Health Summit
Clinton Foundation – Little Rock, Arkansas
ComPsych Corporation – Chicago, Illinois
Custom U Fitness – Conway, Arkansas
Delta Dental of Arkansas
Hudson, Cisne & Co. LLP – Little Rock, Arkansas
Karelia Health – Farmington, Connecticut and Atlanta, Georgia
Kohler Faucet Co. – Sheridan, Arkansas
Midwest Dairy Council
North Little Rock Fit2Live Initiative
North Little Rock Police Department
Pure Barre Fitness Center – Little Rock, Arkansas
Radiant Spa – Little Rock, Arkansas
SNAP Fitness Centers – Little Rock, Arkansas
Texas Department of State Health Services
Wellness Corporate Solutions – Bethesda, Maryland