Corporate Wellness

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CORPORATE WELLNESS PROGRAMS

Healthy Business, Healthy Staff

Corporate wellness address health and wellbeing challenges that workplaces often face. Magic Minds Coaching implement fun and empowering ways to uplift organisational health and productivity to improve the engagement and wellbeing of their employees by providing powerful insights, tools and solution based intervention – keeping staff happy and healthy, while enhancing a positive workplace culture.

We live in a diverse and dynamic environment where policies and procedures are forever changing. Magic Minds corporate wellness program is designed to help create your companies desired results by teaching scientifically proven rituals on better health and wellbeing.

“Injury and musculoskeletal disorders led to 90% of serious claims in 2014–15, with the most common traumatic joint/ligament and muscle/tendon injuries (almost 45%)”

5 Evidence-Based Benefits of Corporate Wellness Program

  1. Improve Employee Health Behaviours
  2. Reduce Elevated Health Risks
  3. Reduce Health care costs
  4. Improve productivity
  5. Decrease absenteeism

The Evidence For Investing In Worker Health and Wellebing

Evidence shows that good employee health and wellbeing boosts organisational health. There are multiple reasons why investing in programs to enhance worker health and wellbeing makes good business sense.

Employers who run health and wellbeing programs do so because they want to:
>  Improve work performance and productivity
>  Reduce costs associated with absenteeism, presenteeism, disability and workers’ compensation
>  Improve the culture of the organisation and retain existing employees
>  Improve the organisation’s image, attract talented employees and fulfil corporate social responsibility obligations ¹

Health and Wellbeing Programs Save Employers Money

There is an abundance of emerging evidence indicating that successful health and wellbeing programs provide an excellent return on investment. For instance, one meta-evaluation looking at economic return of worksite health promotion programs found on average programs:

> decrease sick leave absenteeism by 25.3%
> decrease workers compensation costs by 40.7%
> decrease disability management costs by 24.2%; and
> save $5.81 for every $1 invested in employee health and wellbeing ²

 

Therefore, investing in employee health and wellbeing programs aim to reduce worker’s compensation costs ³

 

“High level of stress in the workplace is a major costly burden for employers in terms of reported increased accident rates, lost time, absenteeism, lower productivity and effectiveness and increased insurance premiums”



Healthy Workers = Healthy Organisations = Healthy Business Performance

Our program, is designed to bridge the gap between connection and performance into the work place. Increase your ROI and improve the lifestyle choices and health of workers as a way of preventing chronic illness. It’s not about nice-to-have but rather a must-have program.  When employee health and wellness program is initiated in a workplace environment, you are sure to create a positive impact on their health, and help you develop a more engaged team. Depending on your companies needs, we have programs tailored according to your company or team goals.

Mindfulness Wellness programs in the workplace promotes an opportunity to “slow down” and observe what is happening around you in the present moment. Most organisations today operate in a fast paced environment in a more reactive mode rather than a proactive mode. This appears to be the necessary norm in todays busy workplace.

Living in a world which is constantly moving quicker, not only increases the risk of injury, but also reduces productivity and increase in mental health issues.

“Between 2000–01 and 2013–14, the median time lost for a serious claim rose by 33% from 4.2 working weeks to 5.6. Over the same period the median compensation paid for a serious claim rose by 94% from $5,200 to $10,100. After taking account of wage inflation over the period the adjusted median compensation paid increased by only 23%” 

 

Contact us for a free demo and information on how we can amplify your companies success by providing evidence based intervention to kick start  your employee health and wellbeing.

 

 

References:

1  National Business Group on Health and PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2006, cited in PricewaterhouseCoopers and World Economic Forum, 2007 Working Towards Wellness: Accelerating the prevention of chronic disease, 30 June 2011, http://www.pwc.com/us/en/healthcare/publications/working-towards-wellness.jhtml

2 Chapman, L.S 2007, Proof Positive. An Analysis of the Cost Effectiveness of Worksite Wellness, Seattle: Chapman Institute, cited in HAPIA, Best-Practice Guidelines: Workplace Health in Australia, 15 July 2011, http://www.hapia.com.au/index.html

3 Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission 2010, Compendium of OHS and Workers’ Compensation Statistics, Comcare, 21 July 2011, http://www.srcc.gov.au/publications

4 https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/statistics-and-research/statistics/disease-and-injuries/disease-and-injury-statistics#work-related-injuries

5 LaMontagne, A. D., Shaw, A., Ostry, A., Louie, A. M. and Keegel, T. G. (2006). Workplace Stress  in Victoria: Developing a Systems Approach. Report to the Victorian Health Promotion Foundation:Melbourne