THE PRODUCTIVITY AND SUCCESS OF A COMPANY IS DIRECTLY IMPACTED BY THE HEALTH OF ITS EMPLOYEES.
EMPLOYEE WELLNESS & ENGAGEMENT
Employee engagement is not just about offering an Employee Value Proposition (EVP) that differs from traditional benefits.
It is also about a shift in offerings from Baby Boomers and Generation X employees to offerings focused on Generation Y and Millennial employees.This requires a change in communication channels and a focus on softer issues such as collaboration, work flexibility, recognition and mentorship.
Case studies typically show a return on investment exceeding four times the amount spent on these interventions.
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These programs revolutionize healthcare from the traditional reactive model to a preventative and proactive approach that identifies disease potential before symptoms arise and initiates a plan to prevent its progression through early diagnosis and effective patient management.
PROACTIVE HEALTH CARE
The classic model of reactive health care, that fails to focus on prevention and comprehensive approaches to health and wellness, is not enough.
A more effective approach is a proactive one that identifies disease potential before symptoms arise and initiates a plan to prevent its progression.
In this regard and in the light of the recent trends, we have contracted with certain strategic partners in the South African wellness environment to provide this service on a referral basis to all our employers to extend the traditional offering of wellness days to a more holistic, more comprehensive approach to employee wellness.
AN HOLISTIC VIEW
We take a holistic view of wellness encompassing physical, mental and financial wellness.
We enter into partnerships with EAP providers that we trust will deliver on our promises and that offer proven ROI and value-add.
OUR UNIQUE APPROACH
Probably the most unique approach to employee wellness you will find in The People Company is the way we use a portion of the fees we earn from our clients to fund wellness initiatives for the employees of our clients.
Published statistics in many countries including South Africa are showing an increase in obesity and chronic conditions such as hypertension, diabetes and cholesterol, which subsequently lead to devastating cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke.
This can be attributed to any number of factors, including environmental contributors to disease, increasingly sedentary lifestyles, increased consumption of processed, genetically modified and fast foods, and an increase in psychological stress.
These illnesses are, however, largely preventable.