More Employers Use Workplace Wellness Programs

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As Matt Dunning of details in his recent article, Twenty-three percent of large employers polled in a survey released in December by Mercer L.L.C. said their wellness programs include incentives tied to an employee’s achieving — or at least demonstrating progress toward — a certain health status or biometric reading, up from 20% in 2013. Similarly, a September survey by Towers Watson & Co. found that 18% of employers already use outcomes-based wellness incentives, while another 10% plan to do so this year. Outcomes-based incentives are “where we’ve been heading for a while now, and I don’t see that changing,” said Jill Micklow, a Chicago-based wellness consultant at Schaumburg, Illinois-based Assurance Agency Ltd. “I think you’re definitely going to see more of the same this year and into next year from employers.”

The Titus Work Strong program is intended to improve the overall health standards of America’s workforce.  Work Strong deploys a comprehensive Education, Engagement and Adherence program designed to mitigate the rising cost of health care and enhance productivity.   The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reported that work sites with physical activity programs as components of their employee wellness programs can expect:

  • 55% Reduction in healthcare costs
  • 32% Reduction in short-term sick leave
  • 52% Increase in productivity

The Work Strong Program is a balanced approach to training that will improve the body’s five Physical Qualities: Flexibility, Strength, Speed, Agility and Endurance.  It is a progressive training system delivered in a fun environment that challenges the body to continue making improvements.

Upon consistent participation in Work Strong training sessions, participants will experience:

  • Improved flexibility, strength, muscle tone, & endurance
  • Reduced low back and arthritic pain
  • Increased metabolic rate
  • Reduce body fat and improve overall body composition
  • Decreased blood pressure
  • Increased strength in muscles, joints, and connective tissues
  • Lowered risk of obesity, diabetes, stroke and heart disease
  • Improved self-esteem, psychological well-being, and overall productivity
  • Increased daily energy, vigor, and efficiency (and improved sleep at night)
  • Reduced stress levels and more effectively handle stress
  • Increase mental capacity/functioning


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