keyboard_backspaceBack to main blog page

The Jordan Insurance Group - Blog

With over 76 years of experience, The Jordan Insurance Group is an industry leader in Life Insurance strategies and Employee Benefits. We strive for excellence through our due diligence in selecting products to satisfy our clients’ needs with proven benefit designs and tax strategies. Our Team utilizes a diversified multi-level approach in preserving, protecting and growing wealth for our business and individual clients.

Wellness Program for Summer

William Jordan William Jordan , 4/9/2014
This content has not been rated yet.
The Jordan Insurance Group, MD, WellnessIf you run your own business, one factor that needs to be constantly on your mind has to do with the happiness and general health of your employees. Studies have indicated that employees who get certain types of perks at their jobs are generally more motivated, which means that they are happier when they arrive at work and typically do higher quality work while they're there. As the warm summer months of the year are finally on the horizon, one great way to increase morale and motivation around your business is to set up a wellness program for the summer. Generally speaking, a wellness program is a type of program that is designed to improve both the general fitness and health of all your employees. Depending on the insurance plans that your business has obtained for those employees, your company's insurance provider may also offer one directly. These types of programs allow an employer to offer a wide variety of different benefits to all full-time employees at a particular location. A few of these benefits can include perks like discounted or free gym memberships, premium discounts on other types of health and fitness programs or equipment, cash rewards and more. Additionally, some wellness programs are focused more on niche topics rather than general health and wellness as a whole. Certain types of wellness programs may be dedicated to teaching certain employees how to properly manage conditions like diabetes, for example. Others may be focused on the larger topic of losing weight in general. Others still may be designed to help employees quit smoking, may offer preventative health screenings or perform other types of basic goals. The importance of promoting health among your employees simply cannot be overstated enough. For starters, you should always do your part to make sure that those under your employ are leading the healthiest lives possible. In a business sense, however, you will save a great deal of money on health insurance for your employees in the long run if they are all living healthy lives, as they won't be making insurance claims nearly as often as unhealthy individuals. Content provided by Transformer Marketing.