Attention: If you own or manage a small to mid-sized company, this information can positively impact your company’s performance… without adding anything to your already full workload.
Question: If You Had Access To A Tool That Could
Improve Your Company’s Bottom Line,
Improve Retention, AND
Improve Morale & Culture…
All While Decreasing Insurance Utilization & Costs And Reducing Absenteeism,
Without Blowing Away Your Budget…
Would You Want It?
OF COURSE, you’d want it!
It would be reckless NOT to have a look…
But you’d be amazed at how many companies overlook the most obvious solutions.
This may sound too good to be true, but I invite you to read on and discover its significant value.
For years, and even decades now, small and mid-sized companies have bought into the myth that wellness programs are reserved for big companies with huge budgets.
This is Myth No. 1 that we need to sweep aside…
So, what’s changed?
- It’s no longer necessary to build out fitness centers to the tune of $50,000 - $100,000, then set aside valuable floor space to house equipment that only gets used by people who already work out!
- There’s no need to waste time guessing what programs employees really want access to…
- It’s now much easier to provide options for those who have no intention of adding regular exercise to their routines…
Myth #2.. Perhaps one of the biggest myths is that wellness programs are a waste of money and show no ROI.
Again, this is completely false.
Decades of research show that for every dollar spent on wellness programs, the return is nearly 3 times that amount over time!
These numbers can make or break a small business.
Just look at these costly scenarios and you’ll see how they impact a small business FAR MORE than a larger one…
A key employee leaves for another company.
What are the costs implications of finding and training a replacement?
A senior employee requires a leave of absence to deal with a chronic health condition.
How does this impact your health care costs?
Another employee is constantly absent, dealing with a preventable medical issue.
How does this influence overall productivity?
A younger employee, one you envision growing with your company for years to come, leaves for a job at another company with a more dynamic and close-knit culture.
How does this impact morale and retention?
It’s vital to keep in mind that 20% of your employees can be responsible for up to 80% of your insurance utilization!!
I founded SAA as a “pushback” to the widespread lack of appropriate options available to individuals over age 40-45, when it came to overall health, physical fitness and continuing education.
Our success with these individuals is unprecedented.
And now, we’d like you to experience this success on a company-wide basis.
Here is our rationale…
Our programs can be utilized for employees of all ages, but we focus primarily on three objectives:
- Working with employees over age 40-45
- Helping “high-risk” employees who have frequent insurance utilization, as well as the highest absenteeism rates.
- Initiating a positive change in overall company culture
- ZIndividualized Nutritional Coaching
- ZCustom Fitness Workouts
- ZMulti-Topic Accountability Programming
- Z“Self-Selected” Content Management
There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all wellness program!
While some well-known brands would have you think otherwise, the reality is that the most impactful programs are the ones your employees will actually use!
And this does NOT work with a cookie-cutter approach.
And more importantly, technology now allows us to keep the implantation costs to a minimum.
If you have concerns about any of the following topics, we urge you to set up a free consultation today…
There is absolutely no cost or obligation for this call!
Improving overall productivity
Decreasing insurance costs
Improving company morale and culture
AND improving your bottom line…
Fill out this short form below to set up your call today.
We look forward to improving the health of your employees, as well as the health of your bottom line!
Art McDermott CSCS CISSN