Workplace Wellness is an Investment that Improves Employee Health and Your Bottom Line.

Wellness programs have a track record of improving employee health behaviors. Good Life’s wellness programs and client portal allow your organization to become a community around common values and goals. Our solutions encourage and motivate employees to adopt healthier behaviors while making it easy for administrators to manage workforce health. 

The Problem

The Cost

The Solution

Healthcare Costs Impact a Business’ Bottom Line.

Including high insurance costs (health and workers comp) and more sick leave time and disability claims.

Medical Costs are a Big Expense.

The CDC reports, 86 percent of healthcare spending is on preventable, chronic diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, or depression, etc. On average, a person with one chronic condition will miss 20 days of work per year.

A Focused and Effective Wellness Program Can Lower Costs.

Based on 42 published studies, workplace wellness programs can reduce both healthcare costs and sick days up to 28 percent. Of those programs studied, there was an average participation rate of 61 percent.

Staff Are Not Engaged, Low Camaraderie.

Based on 42 published studies, a wellness program could reduce health care costs by 28% and could reduce sick days by 28%.  There was an average 61% participation rate in the programs.

Employees are Not at Work or Barely Working.

Low engagement is a reflection of employees lacking a sense of purpose and social connectivity at work. When they aren’t using their sick days, they are more distracted at work. Often, they lack passion, have low job satisfaction, and productivity suffers.

Provide Opportunities for Connection within the Workplace.

70 percent of employees believe wellness programs contribute to their overall job satisfaction.  Workplace wellness programs encourage connections among employees through group activities and friendly challenge competitions.