Workplace Wellness Program

Why Invest in a Workplace Wellness Program?

Studies — and experience — show that companies offering workplace wellness programs realize:

  • Lower healthcare and insurance costs
  • Higher productivity
  • Lower Workers' Compensation rates
  • Lower absenteeism rates
  • Lower turnover
  • Healthier, more satisfied employees

Partner with TMC's Workplace Wellness Program

We can work with you to identify your company's specific needs, and then design services to focus on those needs and deliver improved employee health.

TMC's Workplace Wellness Program provides:

  • Health risk and periodic health assessments
  • Preventive, biometric and comprehensive cardiac screenings
  • Personal health portfolios
  • Educational seminars and health fairs
  • Disease management and nutrition guidance
  • Occupational medicine support

Tailor-Made to Fit Your Company's Needs

Services we can offer your employees:

  • Baseline health risk assessment
  • Periodic follow-up health risk assessment
  • Preventive, biometric and comprehensive cardiac screenings
  • Functional capacity evaluations
  • Job site analysis
  • Personal health portfolios
  • Educational seminars — on-site
  • Health fairs
  • Disease management
  • Nutrition guidance
  • Quickscreen® drug screenings
  • Pre-placement physical exams (including DOT)
  • Hearing and vision screening

Workplace Wellness Programs Work*

Employers who have partnered with hospitals to offer workplace wellness programs report that they see positive results. Benefits reported by employers include:

  • 28 percent reduction in sick days
  • Company savings of $3.21 for every dollar invested in healthcare costs
  • A savings of $5.82 in lower absenteeism costs
  • ROI of at least $3 – $6 per dollar invested
  • Reduced employee turnover

Healthy employees are healthy for your bottom line.

Employees with five or more health-risk factors, on average, incur an extra $3,321 in healthcare costs to the employer, and they are also 12.2 percent less productive than low-risk employees.

Smokers cost their employers $4,430/year in lost productivity costs, due to missed days and hours of work.

In addition to direct costs, unhealthy employees contribute to lower productivity, absenteeism and presenteeism (working while ill) — the biggest cause of defective production in manufacturing.

* Information from Mayo Clinic Health Solutions, "The True Cost of Poor Health", 2008

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Call Joanne Johnson to talk about a custom-developed program for your company and your employees.
(903) 416-4909 or (580) 380-0682
Email: jcjohnson@thcs.org

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