Why corporate wellness?
Posted on Jul 24, 2012 | Written by Paul Lotharius | Comments (0)
The case for corporate wellness is typically built around its ability to reduce health care costs. Study upon study shows the impact that effective corporate wellness programs can make. In fact, a recent Aon Hewitt health care survey showed that when employers target and affect three health risks among their population, they can save $700 per employee per year.
In addition to reduced health care costs, however, there are several other pain points that a corporate wellness program can address. Below are a few reasons why corporate wellness continues to make sense for employers.Click to see more
Paul is president and CEO of HealthFitness. He brings more than 20 years’ experience in operations and technology management in the health care and insurance industries. Prior to HealthFitness, Paul was president and chief executive officer of CoreSource, a provider of benefit administration and health management services.