Occupational Health and Wellness – The Value Proposition
Today’s tough economy presents challenges for most businesses and it may be difficult to predict the financial future of your company. However, it is not difficult to predict that investing in the health of your work force will improve the overall health and profitability of your enterprise.
Research demonstrates that companies engaged in meaningful occupational health and wellness programs realize a return on investment ranging from $2 to $5 for each dollar spent. These savings are seen in reduced absenteeism, lower medical costs and increased productivity.
Here’s another important fact. The work force in Southeast Wisconsin and the rest of the United States is aging. In addition to the usual work-related injuries, businesses are dealing with the unique health issues of an aging work force. This includes everything from chronic disease management to orthopedic issues and more.
Restore believes that a relationship with highly trained experts in occupational health and wellness will be increasingly important to business and industry. Partnering with Restore will help reduce costs associated with workplace injury and illnesses. In an increasingly competitive world, a more productive company and work force can be a definite competitive advantage.