North Carolina Corporate Wellness Dietitians

Corporate Wellness Programs Have a Huge ROI

The research is solid: corporate wellness dietitian programs provide an excellent return on investment (ROI).

For instance, they dramatically reduce healthcare dollars. Across 22 studies, the average savings was $3.27 for every $1 spent on corporate wellness programs. Health risks start to improve after only 6 months, and continue through at least 18 months after program completion. Corporate wellness programs also improve blood glucose, high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure, and weight.

As if a 3.2 ROI wasn’t enough, corporate wellness programs actually return even more for improving productivity. The cost of low work productivity is estimated to be 2-3 times higher than the costs of direct health care expenses. Corporate wellness programs also improve employee productivity by acting on the very risk factors of poor productivity:

  • Poor diet
  • Lack of exercise
  • And smoking.

But the benefits of corporate wellness dietitian programs don’t stop there. Corporate wellness programs also dramatically reduce absenteeism. Over 50 studies have documented the fact that employees with better health habits miss less work. In fact, a Harvard study quantified that the ROI for corporate wellness programs is $2.73. And this is for absenteeism alone!

In effect, corporate wellness saved over $6 for every dollar spent on it. With those numberes in mind, you’re likely wondering how to get started!

How to Make A Successful Corporate Wellness Program with a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

In essence, successful corporate wellness programs are engaging, effective, and fit everyone’s busy schedule. Incentives are also powerful, if carefully planned and designed.

In a world where free advice is abundant, simply providing tips is not enough. The key is to a provide roadmap that focuses on a specific problem. For example, with the guidance of a certified nutritionist, your organization’s health program will take enrolled members on a journey. All will have mutual support, accountability, and a tested process to implement.

The beauty of delivering a complete corporate wellness program is that engagement actually grows rather than drops off. As collaborators rave about their results and experience, other employees decide to join for the next round.

Finally, an important element of corporate wellness is the environment. A good working environment has food and beverages available, the ability to exercise, and other ways to minimize stress.

Corporate Certified Nutritionist Wellness Professionals

Our team has extensive experience in corporate wellness program development, delivery, and quantification. We can help you design the ideal program for your workplace, then execute it, and quantify the results.

Our process is not to give you a generic template. Our first step is to meet with leadership to understand the culture, the workflow, the environment, and the goals. We then customize your plan so that it can have the highest possible impact.

Some examples of customization include:

  • The program’s focus
  • The times and locations delivered
  • Incentives planned
  • And finally, the environmental changes recommended.

Another way that we stand out is with our continued support. We pride ourselves on being responsive to employees and leaders. Part of our promise is that the corporate wellness experience will be enjoyable and gratifying for everyone involved.

Corporate Certified Nutritionist Wellness Professionals

Don’t let a 6x ROI pass you by!  Contact us today to have a call about how corporate wellness and nutrition can benefit your employees.  You can schedule a call below, and can also reach us through our contact page.

Sources: https://www.wellsteps.com/blog/2020/01/02/workplace-wellness-statistics-wellness-stats/

Ready to get started with supporting your employee’s wellness? Contact us for a free call to discuss your needs and how we can support you with a customized plan.

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Nutrition Professionals You Can Trust

Many claim to be a nutritionist, but only a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) meets rigorous academic requirements to include extensive clinical training, a nutrition degree from an accredited university, passing a rigorous board exam, and meeting continuing education requirements. Further, we are Licensed Registered Dietitians (LDNs) in the state of North Carolina. We are further credentialed in Integrative and Functional Nutrition. In order to provide our patients with expert nutrition counseling, we stay informed of guidelines set by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.