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ROI of Employee Wellness: It’s a New Year and time to slim down that waste line

January 1st is the go-date on health resolutions across America, but have you considered the benefits of improving your employees’ health? What is the ROI of employee wellness for your business?

Well, according to Forbes writer, Tony Zook, “It should come as no surprise that healthy employees boost a company’s bottom line. They experience less sick time, take fewer disability days and suffer lesser risk of premature deaths. This is why so many companies have been looking into Employee Assistance Programs, both for their mental and physical wellbeing and health. This has many positive effects, both for morale and for business operations. According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 75% of employers’ health care costs and productivity losses are related to employee lifestyle choices.”

Just like those waistlines, the costs of healthcare are on a dramatic rise. Businesses are realizing why cutting calories can cut down the budget, as well as improve the health and wellbeing of their workers. You don’t need an accountant to calculate the ROI of wellness: improved employee health, less absenteeism, increased productivity and over time, better morale across the office and lower healthcare costs. 2012 is the time to kick-off your healthier business environment. Empower your employees to get fit with Geile/Leon Marketing‘s Mind Your Health ® Workplace Wellness Program.

Mind Your Health ® Workplace Wellness Program

Our comprehensive, customizable and renewable, 12-month workplace wellness communications program is a turnkey package that enables employers to economically create a culture of health and wellness.

Easy to Implement

It comes with an interactive, step-by-step tutorial guide, online Health Assessments, plus all the tools employers need to inform and motivate their employees to take responsibility to mind their own health.

For more information about the Mind Your Health™ Workplace Wellness Program, call Dan Diveley at 314-727-5850 or visit