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Workplace Wellness Programming by Wellergize

Workplace wellness is an investment...

Making a Business Case for Wellness? "Stress rarely occurs in isolation, and in some cases, stress in one milieu may create stressors in another. For instance, problems at work may cause tension at home, which may, in turn, exacerbate work problems."
Statistics Canada Health Reports

...isn't it time you see the returns?

Workplace wellness is not just about "being nice". There is a solid business case for investing in wellness.

Recent statistics have shown that in Canada, as much as 54% of injuries incurred in the workplace are paid for by overall health system, and not worker's compensation - and we all pay for that. In the US, where there is no such backup system, the costs of illness and injury are borne by the employer.

Other costs are incurred in a hidden way: presenteeism. Your employee is sitting there but is he or she performing at peak levels?

Wellness Programming Can Help You:

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  • Improve Productivity
  • Reduce turnover and training costs
  • Decrease EAP usage
  • Increase morale
  • Lower absenteeism
  • Enhance corporate reputation
  • Higher employee engagement
  • Stronger teamwork and cooperation
  • Overall stress reduction and increase TGIM ("Thank God It's Monday") mentality

If you agree that it is time to reduce your costs through prevention, recognition, and assistance, then this is the site for you. Take the time to browse our product and services section, or check out our workplace wellness blog to find out what is happening in the world of employee engagement, mental health, and other current HR-related topics.

Don't think your workplace can be improved by a wellness program? Here is some information for you to consider ...