Wellness programs can help to minimize the financial costs associated with an unhealthy workplace while maximizing the benefits of a healthy workforce. A comprehensive wellness program can lead to reduced benefits costs, reduced absenteeism and increased productivity. Employees with 4 lifestyle risk factors (such as obesity, physical inactivity, poor nutrition, smoking or high alcohol intake) report 50% more absences from work than those without those risk factors.1
Learn how to calculate your return on investment (ROI) by downloading The Conference Board of Canada’s
Making the Business Case for Investments in Workplace Health and Wellness.