How is your company's production rate? What about health care cost? And, workman’s compensation? Rather than simply continuing to cut benefits or shift costs to employees, more companies today are starting work-site wellness programs as a way of controlling high healthcare costs. According to a study conducted by MetLife, nearly 4 out of 10 employers (or 37%) now offering a corporate wellness program, up from just 27% in 2005.
Among large employers (those with 500 or more employees) the number jumps to 6 in 10 (or 61%), up from 46% in 2005. Their primary priorities are to curtail health costs, retain good workers, attract good employees, reduce absenteeism, and improve employee productivity, morale, and safety.
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