- A Medibank Private study concluded that healthy workers are almost three times more productive than unhealthy workers.
- A PricewaterhouseCoopers report found that organizations involved in health and wellbeing programs report a 50% reduction in injury and claims.
- Medical studies have confirmed that a healthy worker is more motivated, productive, and less risk of disease, like type-2 diabetes, heart disease, and some types of cancer.
- Studies around the world show that organizations that promote health and well-being have improved reputations and staff retention rates.
- One third of US adults (33.8%) are considered obese.
- Employer costs associated with obesity and inactivity in the US total $28 billion annually.
- Poor diet can lead to decreased performance and productivity at the office, school & home.
- Unhealthy workers cost employers an average of $11,176 per active employee every year.