What is the True Cost of a Corporate Wellness Program

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Health and happiness goes hand-in-hand, that is no secret. However, what some may not realize is that health, productivity, and profitability go hand-in hand, as well. In fact, statistics show that employees who eat nutritiously, and exercise are not only healthier, and miss less work...but they are also far more productive than their non-exercising counterparts.


A study presented to the American College of Sports Medicine, for instance, found that workers who spent 30-60 minutes at lunch exercising reported an average performance boost of 15 percent. Sixty percent of employees said their time management skills, mental performance and ability to meet deadlines improved on the days they exercised. Workers in the study were less likely to suffer from post-lunch energy dips after exercising and reported improvements in mood. And, that doesn't even touch into long term benefits.


If that is enough to make you say hmmm, did you know healthcare costs are expected to increase about 6%-12% per year? That’s an additional $1,000 in annual costs per employee.


Companies today are starting corporate wellness programs to control high healthcare costs. On top of that, other benefits that are happier employees, higher retention, more productivity, reduce absenteeism and improved morale.


 So how much corporate wellness programs cost?


Corporate Wellness Programs are designed to meet the personalized needs of your company but start at $100/year per employee and go up from there.



 So how can we proof that they are worth the investment?


 One Kaiser Family Foundation survey found that the majority of companies – 71 percent - ranked corporate wellness programs as one of the most effective ways to cut costs.

Also 44 percent of companies told Rand last year that they were “overwhelmingly confident” that the programs reduced medical costs.


 RBC provides a wide range of Wellness Corporate Solutions, like BP screenings, nutrition guidance, smoking cessation, numerous fitness programs, partnerships with doctors, and other health professionals and much more.


Contact us and we will help you lower your Health costs and boost your productivity.

4 Simple Steps to Better Time Management

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Most business owners (well people, in general) seem to never have enough time.


So, what is the best way to manage your time?


Time Block.




1.) Use realistic time blocks. Between 20 minute minimum and 90 minute maximum blocks at a time.


2.) Remove distractions! You cannot focus and be productive without distraction-free work time.


3.) NO multitasking. It seems tempting but multitasking is a way to do a lot of things poorly. This is a SUPER HARD one for entrepreneurs to avoid the temptation of, but DO IT!


4.) Set boundaries. Know when to stop. Working non stop leads to burn out. Have a bed time. Have set working days, and set off days. Boundaries is a key many people miss.


Hopefully these tips will help get your time management under control. Sit down and figure out the best way to implement these tips into your week, and watch your productivity soar.