Wellness Programs are Making an Impact on the Bottom Line

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Promology101, an Atlanta based promotional marketing firm, is pleased to announce the addition of customized wellness books to help businesses educate, motivate and inspire employees. Corporate Wellness Programs create a more productive workforce, lower costs and boost overall employee morale.

The 22 Laws of Wellness

The 22 Laws of Wellness

The worth of a book is to be measured by what you can carry away from it.

Promology101’s customized wellness books are designed to help companies educate, motivate and inspire employees. Branding books with a corporate logo along with a customized insert page creates a sense of team unity and achievement.

Corporate Wellness Programs are offered by an increasing number of employers concerned about their human capital. Corporate wellness is a combination of educational, organizational, and environmental activities designed to support behavior conducive to the health of employees in a business and their families. Programs often include health coaching, weight management, fitness and education designed to change employees’ behavior in an effort to achieve better health and reduce health risks.

In a study conducted by the Principal Financial Group, 41% of workers agree that having a wellness program encourages them to work harder and perform better at work. A U.S. Department of Health and Human Services report revealed that at worksites with exercise programs as components of their wellness programs: healthcare costs decreased from 75 to 55%, short-term sick leave was lowered from 38 to 32%, and productivity increased from 50 to 52%.

Promology101 is the premier supplier of logo books, providing direct access to more than 3 million currently published books. For more information about customized wellness or motivational books, please contact Joe Boccelli at 888.658.2418 or 404.351.9146 or visit http://www.promology101.com

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