What company wouldn’t want to reduce workplace injuries and absenteeism, decrease workers’ compensation costs, and boost employees’ engagement and morale? Meeting these goals is essential as Minnesota employers struggle to recruit and retain people in this ever-tightening job market.
It turns out that offering employees health care and wellness services right at work is an effective way to accomplish all of these objectives, and then some. While many employers already provide onsite health and wellness education, many discover that such programs don’t necessary prompt lasting change.
Click here to read more from Dr. Chad Henriksen’s conversation with Mpls.St.Paul Magazine.