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FACTS & FIGURES
By 2020 it is estimated on current rate of incline, over 70% of males aged 18 and over will be classed as obese
In the top 10 reasons why employees quit even when they like their job:No.2 – Overworked and feeling stressed
No.4 They feel its profits over people
No.5 Lack of recognition
89% of employees came into work when unwell
Absenteeism costs UK employers £29 BILLION!
Last year the average number of sick days rose from 6.6 to 6.9 per employee
Cost of sickness absence to organisations equal to £554 per employee
Employers that invest in appropriate workplace health initiatives to support the health and wellbeing of their employees have the potential to see a significant return on investment
A review of academic studies shows that the return on investment for some workplace health initiatives can range from £2 for every £1 spent (1:2) to £34 for every £1 spent (1:34)
Evidence indicates that typically holistic wellness programmes can be expected to show a positive financial return over a period of 2 to 3 years, alongside more targeted interventions which are more likely to show a pay-back earlier
A survey of 29,000 employees in 15 countries worldwide found that organisations where health and well-being were perceived by employees to be well managed had a level of performance more than 2.5 times greater than in organisations where health and well-being were poorly managed. Companies where health and well-being were poorly managed were also four times less likely to retain staff talent within a 12 month period compared to companies with a good approach to health and well-being