Facts and Figures
- Britain’s healthiest companies provide employees with opportunities to maintain and enhance their fitness levels. Not only does it improve their bottom line, by reducing absenteeism and increasing output, it also makes staff feel valued because their employer cares enough to help them stay in shape. Find out what Old Mutual, Sweaty Betty and Adidas are up to.
- An estimated 137.3 million working days were lost due to sickness or injury in the UK in 2016. Equivalent to 4.3 days per employee. Discover the most common reasons for sickness or injury in the workplace.
- SMEs are now offering personal or group training sessions with resistance and cardio exercises. Find out more.
- Companies with worksite wellness programmes experience an 8% increase in employee productivity. Healthy weight people take fewer sick days according to the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention. Caring companies offer exercise advice and health screenings, which can boost engagement and productivity. View the the impressive results of 42 corporate wellness studies.
- The latest research shows that a regular exercise routine can make employees feel happier, smarter and more energetic. Find out how a health and wellbeing programme can create a major competitive advantage.
- Studies show that mental alertness is directly linked to physical activity and can lead to improved concentration, sharper memory, faster learning, enhanced creativity and lower stress levels. Find out more here.
- Many progressive employers encourage employees to work out during the workday and offer incentives to persuade them to take a break. These employers are convinced that onsite exercise is not a distraction but a performance booster. Find out what Google, Swift, Phillips and Colliers are doing in this space.
- Employees who can exercise at work are more productive, happy, efficient and calm reported BBC News. A study of 200 people found that they felt re-energised and more focused on exercise days. Read more about the study
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