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The Business Case for Wellness Programs

Considering a wellness program for your organization this year? Research has shown important links between employee job satisfaction, health and productivity, customer satisfaction, and a solid return on investment — ultimately the bottom line. If you have a wellness program in place already for your employees, super! There are ways to assess the costs and outcomes of your efforts, as well as to convince management that spending money will benefit the bottom line (see “Measuring Success” and “Making the Case to Management” below).

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