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How Corporate Wellness Programs Can Boost Your Company’s Productivity

How Corporate Wellness Programs Can Boost Your Company’s Productivity

Is your company experiencing a slump in productivity? Are your team members physically in the office, yet failing to meet their goals? If so, it’s time to implement a corporate wellness program in your workplace. Most people are aware of the many benefits executive health programs offer to individuals. However, these programs are also proven to have a positive impact on the productivity of employees. 


Presenteeism, or the problem of employees who are physically at work but aren’t performing up to par, is costly to any business. Whether presenteeism stems from internal or external pressure, it is commonly an issue of workplace culture. After all, many employees feel obligated to go to work when they are sick, are working under stressful circumstances, or don’t have access to the resources needed to maintain optimal physical and mental health. Similarly, employees who smoke, have unhealthy diets or don’t exercise regularly tend to have higher rates of presenteeism. As a result, presenteeism is associated with elevated health risks. 

Companies frequently focus on absenteeism rather than presenteeism. While absenteeism is an issue if a company fails to offer initiatives to keep employees healthy, presenteeism is often far more costly than absenteeism. Studies estimate that the cost attributed to presenteeism and poor employee health is 2 to 3 times greater than regular health care expenses. By negating the high costs of chronic disease, elevated health risks, and presenteeism with a wellness program, your company will lower its health costs in the long run.


Healthy employees have higher morale, are more productive, and can give your company a great advantage over the competition. They tend to have better focus, more motivation, and more energy than unhealthy employees. The direct correlation between productivity and employee health is a clear indication that businesses can benefit from a wellness program. 

Executive health programs have a direct impact on the overall well-being and productivity of employees. If you choose a corporate wellness program with Executive Medicine of Texas, we will tailor the program to meet the specific needs of your company. With many options to choose from, such as concierge health plansretreats and workshops, health fairs, nutrition coaching, and more, we have a wellness program to fit every corporate culture. 

Corporate wellness programs boost productivity by reducing presenteeism, absenteeism, and increasing employee retention rates. These programs will focus on proactive and preventative medicine to catch the root causes of health concerns. In addition, wellness programs can accommodate the needs of employees by educating the workplace about ways to a healthier, happier life. By incorporating a workplace wellness initiative into your company, you can see these results unfold and experience how essential employee wellness really is.


Executive Medicine of Texas offers a wide variety of different corporate wellness programs. We understand that every company is different, which is why our professionals will help you develop a corporate wellness initiative that best supports the culture of your workplace. To find out more about our corporate health and wellness options, contact us today at 817-552-4300 or 1-800-910-3932.

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