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Globally, more than 550 million people are considered to be obese and another 1.6 billion are overweight. This costs employers an estimated $150 billion a year.

Your employees are your most valuable resource. Less stress equals more success!

Our approach is built on extensive studies in the areas of performance, energy, health, workplace culture and engagement. This research has produced some powerful statistics:

engagement and performance
According to a 2007 study of 90,000 employees in 18 countries, the single highest driver of employee engagement is whether or not senior management is seen as genuinely interested in employees’ well-being. (Towers Perrin global workforce study, 2007-8)

wellness and exercise
Regular exercise among middle-aged individuals results in their being one-third as likely to develop Alzheimer’s as those who don’t exercise at all. (Multiple studies)

wellness and healthy eating habits
Globally, more than 550 million people are considered to be obese and another 1.6 billion are overweight. For employers, this means an estimated $150 billion a year in the form of higher insurance premiums, lower productivity, higher absenteeism and disability claims. (World Health Organization and National Institutes of Health statistics)

wellness investments
Every $100 invested in wellness programs yields $400 in savings. (Towers Perrin 2007 Healthcare Cost Survey)

employee training investments
Investing in leadership training is estimated to boost productivity by 21% and reduce turnover by 300%. (University of North Texas and Wayland Baptist University “Effects of Leadership Training on Manufacturing Productivity” and Business Week Workforce Study)

focus
More than 50 percent of Americans say they are interrupted so frequently that it is difficult to get their work done. (Tony Schwartz, author, “Be Excellent at Anything,” 2010)

mindfulness through meditation
Lowers blood pressure and bad cholesterol; reduces anxiety; decreases tension-related pain such as headaches, ulcers, insomnia, muscle and joint problems; improves mood, behavior, clarity and emotional stability; and strengthens the immune system and increases energy, creativity and peace of mind. (Multiple studies)

THE RESEARCH ...