WE’RE IN BUSINESS TO HELP YOUR COMPANY LOOK LIKE A HERO.
Employee benefits and wellness programs are worth the investment. According to Forbes.com, every $1 investment in employee wellness programs saves $3 in healthcare costs. A recent Gallup studied reported only 13% of employees were engaged. It’s possible over half of your employees are showing up to do the minimum required and routinely looking for the next opportunity to work elsewhere. Retain your employees by keeping them engaged and highly satisfied with CHOP CHOP’s onsite beauty and grooming services.
Ensure you have a complete employee retention strategy by allowing CHOP CHOP to be an onsite amenity. With the growing number of job opportunities projected for 2016, employees will begin to reevaluate their job satisfaction. According to MetLife’s Annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends, “over 70% of employees who are satisfied with their benefits are loyal to their employers.” Round out your benefit plan with services your employees will truly appreciate
Employees currently leave work early or during lunch breaks to drive to the nearest salon or barbershop. CHOP CHOP will help increase employee productivity by keeping employees onsite and allowing them the ability to work up until their scheduled appointment time
It’s time to decide where to invest your 2019 budget.
Employee wellness programs are worth the investment. According to Forbes.com, every $1 investment in employee wellness programs saves $3 in healthcare costs. It’s possible over half of your employees are showing up to do the minimum required and routinely looking for the next opportunity to work elsewhere.
DID YOU KNOW…
“When the workplace is hectic and understaffed offices result in overworked employees, we understand one of the biggest challenges that CEO’s face is low employee morale. Last we checked 50.8 percent of US workers were considered “not engaged” and 17.2 percent were “actively disengaged” in their jobs.” – Gallup
“Today’s wellness programs contribute to an employee’s overall quality of life. These programs address not only physical health but mental, emotional and social health, which together contribute to an employee’s overall quality of life.”
– Future of Business and Tech