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Workplace Wellness Membership


August 17, 2014 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Uncategorized


Select Topic: Workplace Skills | Workplace Safety | Relationships & Communication | Mental Health | Financial & Social Wellness | Health & Wellness Topics | Health Calculators | FAQ | Join

*employee discounts and savings program will be introduced in the fall of 2015

Workplace Wellness Programs Pay

Content Examples

A resource based self-paced program allowing employees to address issues that apply to them. Gives employees easy access to educational videos done by professionals in respective fields, and interactive quizzes for assessment. Includes more than 100 videos and more than 50 self-assessment quizzes. Topics include: Bullying, Interpersonal Skills, Goal Setting, Time Management, Psychological issues, and much more.

Workplace Wellness Program Pay

Statistics show that for there is a ROI from wellness programs. Companies such as Canada Life, DuPont, Prudential Insurance and Citibank report a savings of $2 to $6.85 for each $1 invested in Corporate Wellness Programs according to Benefits Canada (March, 2013)!

The Go365Wellness Corporate Wellness Program offers selected videos, done by professionals in each respective field, information and quizzes that can meet the needs of your employees. Resources include topics most commonly discussed with Human Resources Managers in larger organizations. Most small to medium sized companies do not have the resources to offer their employees coaching, or extensive self-development workshops, or in many cases do not have a dedicated HR administrator who has time to deal with Workplace Wellness issues as they arise. Sometimes, even when resources are available, employees may be hesitant to discuss work issues, or personal issues that are spilling over and impacting their productivity.

In 2011, Sun Life Financial and the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario studied ROI on Wellness Programs. Early findings showed “between 1.5 to 1.7 days/employee/year of absenteeism were saved with wellness programs, which translated into an estimated savings of $251/employee/year. (In 2011, Statistics Canada stated that absenteeism rates ranged from 4.7 days to 11.2 days/employee/year.)

What, and What Not, is the Program?

The Go365Wellness Corporate Wellness Program is an educational resource. Education and awareness is the first step in achieving Wellness in the Workplace. The Go365Wellness Corporate Wellness Program does not replace therapy, or provide coaching. It can be a catalyst for employees to identify their personal needs and to seek appropriate help. This is one of the reasons we have integrated a Directory into our site – which will grow over time to proved a good source for professional help, for those who need it or are seeking it.

It provides many tools for growth and development, education and increased awareness across the various aspects of life, such as: work, social and relationships, financial, physical and mental health. All of these aspects effect an employees effectiveness, absenteeism and over all well-being.

More and more Workers Compensation is placing the onus on employers to provide a healthy work environment.

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Note: On Membership Registration page – Scroll down below Wellness Practitioner Memberships to see Corporate Wellness Memberships.

Contact us today for more information. Please get back to the person who contacted you. Or email admin @ go365wellness.com

 

Topics covered in the program include:

  • Abuse (Child and Relationship Abuse)
  • Anxiety Disorders including PTSD
  • Bullying
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders
  • Personality Types
  • Workplace Safety
  • Food Safety
  • Mood Disorders
  • Adult ADD
  • Customer Service Skills
  • Sales and Marketing Skills
  • And much more….

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