Let’s be real.
When your employees are happy and healthy, they do a better job.
They show up for work energized, positive, and ready to do their BEST.
They take less sick days, do less complaining, and cost less to you.
This is sounding pretty good, right?
By offering Change Your Lifestyle. Change Your Life. to your employees as a covered health benefit, you’re improving the health, wellness, and attitudes of your employees.
How much better would your workers perform if they felt their best? How much more enthusiasm would they have if they were taking care of themselves? How loyal would they be if they knew you were investing in THEM?
The answer: A LOT.
Change Your Lifestyle. Change Your Life. is part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program, led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This proven, year-long program run by trained lifestyle coaches can help people at risk for type 2 diabetes make achievable and realistic lifestyle changes and cut their risk of developing type 2 diabetes by empowering participants to take control of their health.
Click here to schedule a call to learn more about working with Fundamental Health Solutions.
Prediabetes is a growing workforce issue with serious health and cost consequences.
(For both participants and cost *wink*)
This program gets results, and the incremental costs of adding Change Your Lifestyle. Change Your Life. is well-worth the investment.
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