Workplace Health and Wellness

A great deal of our lives is spent at work, be it inside an office or on-site. Implementing Health and Wellness Programs for the workplace has become an important reality for any employer looking to keep their team happy, healthy and productive.

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  • Skin Screening
  • Non-accredited Training
  • Flu Program

Overview

Emerging evidence indicates the implementation of health and wellbeing programs provide an excellent return on investment with one study identifying the economic return of worksite health promotion programs, finding on average programs:

Decrease sick leave absenteeism by 25.3%

Decrease workers compensation costs by 40.7%

Decrease disability management costs by 24.2%

Save $5.81 for every $1 invested in employee health and wellbeingi

We employ a range of experienced Workplace Health and Wellness Professionals who are passionate about developing tailored, targeted and meaningful workplace health and wellness programs to improve and protect the health of a workforce. 

Recent research into this field has revealed that workplace health promotion is positively impacting the bottom line, showing it’s more cost-effective to invest in preventative health practices such as screenings, immunisations, fitness tests and health education, rather than spending resources exclusively on the small minority of employees who require post-illness or injury treatment. Global research also concluded that when employee health and wellness is managed well, the percentage of engaged employees increases from 7% to 55% and self-reported creativity and innovation increases from 20% to 72%i.

Further Information

For more information and resources, visit our Health Hub.

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References

i Comcare: Benefits to_business the evidence for investing in worker health and wellbeing

1 Cancer Council Australia: Work outdoors? Use UV protection every day

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In response to the increase in the cluster of COVID-19 cases in Greater Sydney and Newcastle areas, the Pandemic Preparedness Team (PPT) has recommended the suspension of spirometry and saliva (oral fluid) drug testing services in our NSW clinics from Wednesday 23rd June 2021, until further notice

The Pandemic Preparedness Team (PPT) has recommended the suspension of spirometry and saliva (oral fluid) drug testing services in our VIC clinics until further notice.

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