These forward-thinking companies take purposeful action to support their employees. See how these health and wellness benefits from leading employers help in talent attraction, retention, health and employee productivity.
Finding talented employees is crucial to the growth and success of any company — but it’s easier said than done. That’s why companies are putting more and more effort and budget into employee well-being. Over 70% of employers offer wellness programs, 45% of U.S. employees work remotely, and 22% of workplaces offer healthy snacks and drinks.
If it seems like allocating money for these wellness benefits is a waste of funds, consider the cost of turnover. According to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), it costs up to $45,000 to replace an employee making $60,000 per year. Now think about the cost of a free weekly catered lunch or on-site massages. These things might seem small, but they add up to create a culture in which employees want to stay.
If you need more inspiration, check out the infographic below on 15 top employers (such as Amazon, Patagonia, Twitter, Google, Netflix, Reebok, Nike, Asana, Capital One, Genentech, Pearson, Bank of America, Discover, PwC and AirB2N) offering great benefits. It also demonstrates how health benefits can decrease company spending in the long run.
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About CoreHealth Technologies
CoreHealth by Carebook is a total well-being company trusted by global companies to power their health and wellness programs. Our wellness portals help maximize health, engagement, and productivity for over 3.5 million employees worldwide. We believe people are the driving force of organizations and supporting them to make behavior changes to improve employee health is in everyone’s best interest. With the most flexibility, customizations, and integrations of any software in its class, CoreHealth’s all-in-one wellness platform helps achieve great wellness outcomes.
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