How Is Workplace Wellness Measured?

Maslow Hierarchy of Needs

In today’s competitive business environment, it is critical for organizations to step forward and invest in human capital. Workplace wellness no longer centers on mitigating work-related illnesses. Rather wellness focuses on enhancing motivation, commitment, creativity, flow, cognitive abilities, engagement and remaining connected at work. Champions Yoga is dedicated to creating an innovative plan with your staff to make the health and work equation add up to a higher-performing and more prosperous organization.

The 7 Categories of Wellness

Champions yoga prioritizes fitness, nutrition, weight loss, and stress management while providing a health risk assessment

Factors That Impact Employee Well-Being

Knee/leg pain 72%
Neck/Back pain 79%
Asthma 39%
Heart attack 34%
Depression 131%
Diabetes 19%
High cholesterol 16%
High blood pressure 23%
Obese 42%
Overweight 17%

Workplace Wellness Market Breakdown

Harvard Business School has stated in its report that American companies have reduced their medical expenses by $ 3.27 for each dollar spent on wellness programs. Large organizations spend an average of $878 per year, per employee, on wellness health benefits. Champions yoga is positioned to generate generous returns on investments by helping employees build healthier habits.

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Koop Health Award Information

The C. Everett Koop National Health Awards recognize outstanding worksite health promotion and improvement programs each year. Champions Yoga is committed to leading our clients to receive the Koop Award, by three considerations:

  1. The program must meet The Health Project’s goal of reducing the need and demand for medical services.
  2. The program must share the objectives of the Healthy People health promotion targets.
    • Attain high-quality, longer lives free of preventable disease, disability, injury, and premature death.
    • Achieve health equity, eliminate disparities, and improve the health of all groups.
    • Create social and physical environments that promote good health for all.
    • Promote quality of life, healthy development, and healthy behaviors across all life stages.
  3. The program must prove net health care and/or productivity cost reductions while improving population health.