- Health screenings
- Digital solutions
- Medical Room Management
- Engagement & Awareness activities
- Specialized care management
With growing focus on employee health, workplace wellness is increasingly becoming the order of the day.
Employers are now expected to create safe work environments, improve employee health and implement strategies that reduce medical costs as well as increase employee morale and on-the-job efficiency.
Workplace wellness initiatives demonstrate to employees that their health is important and that their employers know and care about this aspect.
Statistics demonstrate that employees who exercise regularly and lead healthy lifestyles incur 31% lower health care costs than employees who live sedentary, unhealthy lifestyles. Almost 50% of medical costs are incurred due to illnesses that can be avoided with small lifestyle changes.
As a result, companies are taking workplace wellness more seriously now. They are truly trying to figure out the right solution to combat rising health issues and healthcare costs.
We also assist our client in End to End program management which includes
While the traditional and vital programs viz health screenings, health risk assessment and group sessions continue to be an inevitable part of the wellness agenda of companies, focus is shifting towards incorporating innovative ways to ensure these programs are successful. E.g. even more data integration, customizations, and providing employees easy access to resources to help them deal with their health issues.
While the major part of response to this question varies according to the industry in question. E.g. BFSIs are focussing more on women wellbeing, IT industry is focussing majorly on lifestyle-based disorders, Manufacturing industry is focussing more on Occupational health hazards prevention etc.
The key to a successful wellness program is to build a culture of wellness. This can be achieved by strategies like innovative and frequent communications, involving senior leadership to walk the talk, identifying wellness champions from the workforce, incentivizing plans, using technology to promote and drive the program etc.
A healthier workforce and a decline in healthcare costs is the ultimate goal. Outcome of any wellness program should be aimed towards achieving these 2 ultimate goals.
We believe that Workplace wellness is not just one solution. It is the culmination of many solutions that work together under one strategy. It involves layers of physical activity, education, communication, incentives, and a long-term commitment. Therefore, while working with our clients on designing and implementing workplace wellness initiatives, our primary focus remains on