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Creating a Healthy Workforce
Corporate wellness programs can help employers manage health care costs and improve productivity by
creating a healthier workforce. Employees can gain access to tools and resources to improve their health and
reduce their risk of developing chronic conditions. www.first2aid.com
Fifty-six percent of large employers with wellness programs offer employees financial incentives, and 23
percent link these incentives to health outcomes, according to a 2014 national survey of employer-based health
plans by the benefits consultant Mercer. www.first2aid.com
Employers are also expanding their corporate wellness programs, spending an average of $693 per employee on
incentives in 2015, up from $595 in 2014 and $430 five years ago, according to a survey by Fidelity
Investments and the National Business Group on Health, a nonprofit based in the District of Columbia.
The survey found that more employers are using incentives – cash, gift cards, reduced health care premiums or
a contribution to a health care account – to encourage employees to participate in biometric screenings, health
risk assessments and physical activity programs. Fewer employers are using employee disincentives for not
Have First 2 Aid come out to your business and evaulate your needs of a company-wide wellness program
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