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Worksite Wellness Programs

Improving Employee Health And Containing Costs

It comes to no surprise that Worksite/Employee Wellness programs have been shown to reduce absenteeism, employee turnover rates and overall healthcare costs. Companies around the world are taking notice of the positive return on investment as a result of implementing and supporting worksite wellness programs. Increased productivity leads to a more profitable company. Don't be left behind.

ENVISION Health & Wellness provides a variety of comprehensive and customized worksite wellness courses, workshops and seminars to meet your business and employee needs.

Taking Care of Your Wellness Initiatives

EHW Consultants are trained in delivering preventative lifestyle intervention services/support in the areas of exercise, nutrition, weight management, stress management and the reduction of risk for chronic diseases using behavior modification techniques.

Reduce health care costs and absenteeism!

Programs & Services:

  • Customized Health and Wellness Packages

  • Conduct individual screenings, fitness assessments, nutritional assessments and behavioral analysis

  • Provide resources, tools and ongoing wellness support for clients to achieve healthy lifestyle goals
  • Design and implement various wellness incentives - incentive driven wellness programs work!
  • Group exercise classes: • Stretch & Strengthen • Stress Reduction with Yoga / Stretching Combo • Aerobics (Step, Low-impact, Hi-Low Impact) • Cardio Kickboxing • Total Body Conditioning • Circuit Training • Boot Camp Training (in or out-doors)

    Worksite Wellness programs take place during lunch, before or after work hours.


    • Fitness Instruction & Management
    • Nutrition Education & Management
    • Stress Management
    • Weight Management
    • Lifestyle Management
    • Behavioral Changes

      Information & Resources:

      • According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "In 2008, the annual healthcare cost of obesity in the US was estimated to be as hight as 147 billion dollars a year. The annual medical burden of obesity increased to 9.1 percent in 2006 compared to 6.5 percent in 1998. Medical expenses for obese employees are estimated to be 42 percent higher than for a person with a healthy weight. Workplace obesity prevention programs can be an effective way for employers to reduce obesity and lower their health care costs, lower absenteeism and increase employee productivity."
      • Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance - Trends in Cost and Access; U.S. Department of Health & Human Services:


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