How to Make Healthy Eating Part of Your Corporate Culture
Unhealthy habits are expensive – not only for individuals and society in general, but also for employers. Over the past ten years, chronic disease has increased by 25 percent in working-age adults, and the CDC estimates that productivity losses due to missed work costs employers $225.8 billion, or $1,685 per employee annually. By 2023, the cost of treating chronic disease nationally is expected to reach $4.2 trillion.
Oh My Green was founded on the belief that nutrition should be playing a more central role in corporate wellness. Since Americans who work full-time spend at least a third of their day at their place of employment, what they eat and drink (and how they respond to common workplace stressors) can have a powerful effect on their health and well-being.
In this whitepaper, the wellness experts at Oh My Green shed light on:
- Why wellness and healthy eating should be a business priority
- Key components of highly effective wellness programs
- Best practices for fostering health workplace habits
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