Corporate Wellbeing and Weight Management Programmes
Healthier Staff * Happier Staff * Productive Staff * Reduced Absence * Reduced Staff Turnover * Increased Profits
There are many good reasons for an employer to invest in more than just the advancement of the academic skills of their workforce.
Employee wellbeing is equally, if not more, important – on many levels.
- A healthier workforce is a happier workforce, and happy staff are often more productive.
- An employee wellbeing programme is often seen as a ‘perk’ of the job, of working for a particular employer.
- It can make the employee feel more valued, which in turn contributes to increased productivity and can frequently reduce staff turnover and the costs associated with that.
- A corporate wellbeing programme can add to your bottom line and can increase profitability.
The i-Nutrition Corporate Wellbeing/Weight Management Programme is ideal for companies of between 5 and 30 staff, and packages start from as little as £500 per month. When compared to the cost of recruiting, the cost of poor productivity or the toll that sickness has on a company, it is a smart investment – not only for your staff, but for your business too and bottom-line too!
Have a chat with me. Fill in the enquiry box and I will call you back to discuss a bespoke package tailored to the needs of your staff and of your business.
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"I’m delighted with the results so far and also delighted that I have a framework and awareness that I can continue to use in the future"
"Neil is a qualified health professional who offers invaluable advice and support as well as the lifestyle tips"
"I exercise more, eat better, drink more water, have loads more energy and tolerate excuses less and less. This is the result of working with Neil"
"Neil’s programme is not difficult to start or maintain – controlled, everything happening in the correct way – it’s a mind-set. Bad habits are broken, new healthy habits are formed – and actually it’s great fun"