ROI = Return On Investment!

ROI = Return on Investment!

Corporate Wellness programs are a great way to motivate teams and empower individuals but do they offer a return on investment? There are many Canadian and US corporations that offer various employee programs and have monitored their success. Here are a few stats found in The Second Tri-Annual Buffet Taylor National Wellness Survey conducted in 2000 and found on the Fitness Council of Canada?s website:

? Canada Life in Toronto showed a return on investment of $3.40 on each corporate dollar invested on reduced turnover, productivity gains and decreased medical claims.

? Dr. Roy Shephard found corporate wellness programs returned a cumulative economic benefit of $500 ? $700 per worker per year.

? Municipal employees in Toronto missed 3.35 fewer days in the first six months of their ?Metro Fit? fitness programs than employees not enrolled in the program.

? BC Hydro employees enrolled in a work-sponsored fitness program had a turnover rate of 3.5% compared with the company average of 10.3%.

? The Canadian Life Assurance Company found that the turnover rate for fitness program participants was 32.4% lower than the average over a seven-year period.

? Toronto Life Assurance found that employee turnover for those enrolled in the company?s fitness program was 1.5% versus 15% for non-participants.

Success??I would imagine that each of the companies who have tracked improvements in the workplace and been able to increase employee engagement would agree that a Corporate Wellness Program is a sound investment in both time and money. We can work with your team to develop a customized program that will improve your
wellness footprint and encourage individual participation.

Lets start with a fun and interactive one hour workshop ?How Fit Are You?? Visit us today and lets get started?www.phaze2wellness.com

Written by: Trish Tonaj of Phaze2inc.

“Be the person who starts a ripple that creates a wave of change”

Trish Tonaj is an author,  artist and speaker – sharing stories to inspire great ideas.
She has written two books: Diary of Change 12 Personal Tools and Breaking Barriers, 10 Entrepreneurial Women Share Their Stories.

Trish is the founder and blog host for ShareYourStories.online and invites you to share your story!
With a love of writing she is a regular contributor to Thrive Global.

Visit Trish @ trishtonaj.com a division of Phaze2inc.
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