When you invest in corporate wellbeing, you are investing in the future of your business. Keeping your employees fit, happy and healthy is crucial in today's corporate environment.
There has been a rise of 122% in reported workplace illness, with 1.3 million people each year suffering work-related ill health. Some of the health concerns experienced include stress and lifestyle related diseases such as cardiovascular disease.
A corporate wellbeing strategy does not just manage ill health - its measurable benefits include:
- Improving productivity
- Gaining competitive advantage
- Managing absenteeism
- Providing a return on investment.
Investing in corporate wellbeing can put you at the top of the list as an employer of choice.
We can help you build a corporate wellbeing programme that actively reduces your employees' health risks, improves quality of life both at work and home, and delivers a tangible benefit to your organisation's bottom line. It's all part of the Nuffield Health service.
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