Allegro Coaching partners with employers just like you to accomplish their wellness goals.  Our wellness programs improve productivity, build culture, morale and lower employee healthcare costs, providing tangible and intangible results – all for less than you might be paying for coffee in the break room.

Intrigued?  You should be! With healthcare and insurance costs soaring, investing in an integrated workplace wellness programs isn’t just the right thing to do for your employees, it’s the smart thing to do for your business.

If you’re a leader who believes people are your most important asset, give us a call today.  You’ll get a real human being — backed up by a team of top-notch professionals who can’t wait to engage with your workforce, lower your healthcare costs and improve your bottom line.  It’s the right thing to do for your people and your business!

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Wellness Just Makes Cents

Recent research by WELCOA shows that 80% of healthcare dollars are spent on diseases that are almost entirely preventable by diet and exercise alone, such as heart disease and diabetes. The cost of obesity alone is estimated at over $190 billion.

The U.S health care spend in 2016 exceeded $3.3 trillion. With healthcare costs soaring, government and businesses alike must turn to preventative measures. It costs less to prevent than to treat.

Employers who invest in worksite health promotion programs can see a return of $2-$6 for every dollar invested. Documented savings are observed in medical costs, absenteeism, worker’s comp claims, short-term disability and presenteeism (lower on-the-job efficiency due to employee health problems.)

Source: American Journal of Health Promotion, January 2015

According to the American Institute of Stress, organizations lose roughly $300 billion annually because of absenteeism, turnover, and workplace stress. Wellness programs combat these costs not just through health improvements, but with more satisfied and loyal employees. Effective wellness programs lead to decreased absenteeism, increased job satisfaction, and lower turnover rates.

Source: Parks, K. M., & Steelman, L. A. (2008). Organizational wellness programs: a meta-analysis. Journal of occupational health psychology, 13(1), 58.

According to a recent NASA study, people who exercise have twice the stamina and productivity in the last two hours of the day than their more sedentary colleagues. Since the induction of its comprehensive wellness program, Johnson & Johnson employee smoking rates have dropped by two-thirds, high blood pressure and physical inactivity have been cut in half. In the past decade, the company reported a $250 million savings in healthcare costs with the average annual cost savings per- employee averaging $565.

Source: Henke, R. M., Goetzel, R. Z., McHugh, J., & Isaac, F. (2011). Recent experience in health promotion at Johnson & Johnson: lower health spending, strong return on investment. Health Affairs, 30(3), 490-499f