Whole Health Co, LLC
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- Berwyn, PA 19312
Our corporate wellness company was founded based on a passion for wellness and wealth of experience in corporate benefits management and health coaching. OUR MISSION is to serve small corporations in building a culture of healthy, productive and well-balanced employees. We believe that health and wellness is a priority, and we know that when employees feel supported in their overall health, then employers are reaping the benefits with a more productive staff, higher profits, higher retention rates and an easier recruiting effort.
Our signature wellness program, True Vitality, combines all the essential components of a successful wellness program!
Our Program Provides:
True Vitality is specifically aimed to increase employee resiliency and create a culture of engaged and productive employees.
Invest in the productivity of your staff – and ultimately your Bottom Line!
Build a culture of empowerment & vitality for your employees!
Offer your employees an experience of increased productivity, collaboration, and sustainable health & wellness!
Show your employees that you care by committing to their long-term health & wellness!
As an engaged employer, how do you build a stronger workforce?
There are many corporate solutions available, and an effective wellness program like True Vitality should be a part of your plan!
Healthy Bottom Line.
Based on national studies of programs similar to True Vitality, EMPLOYERS are able to see!
The CDC & Bureau of Labor Statistics estimate that employee-illness costs employers $530 billion annually in the U.S. alone.
“Your employee engagement strategy needs more wellness. Wellness and employees go hand in hand.”
- Forbes Research
“Studies indicate that our mental firepower is directly linked to our physical regime - and nowhere are the implications more relevant than to our performance at work.”
- 2014 Harvard Business Review