Corporate Wellness Programs
VT Corporate Wellness is a Subsidiary of Vimtrim and has the experience to design a comprehensive and customized corporate wellness program that meets heath needs of your employees. Our wellness program design team customizes solutions that meet the wellness goals of employers and their employees – on location and virtually.
Company Benefits of the Program
- Lower Healthcare Costs
- Less Sick Time
- Increased Energy/ Productivity
- Reduce Attrition
- Recruitment incentive
- Increased Moral
- Recognition as a Wellness Focused Company
- Reduced Stress
- Lowered Blood Pressure
- Reduce the incidence of headaches
Our process is simple and easy. We do all the work for you; from the planning stage to implementation. We work with your company budget! We have creative solutions for maximum cost efficiency.
- Group Fitness Classes
- Yoga Classes
- Ergonomic Assessments
- Chair Massage
- Mental Fitness
- Fitness & Wellness Seminars
- Break-Room Healthy Setup
- Grocery Store Tour
- Fitness Challenges
Corporate wellness programs are fully customized and designed for your needs.
If you need a custom gym designed, retrofitted, and built in your current space, our team can make it happen in a timely manor.
- Architectural design
- Construction and remodel
- Equipment Layout and placement
- Esthetic enhancement
We make it not only a great place to get in a workout before work, during a lunch break, or after work but we take into consideration the environment.
We have a partnership with local wellness vendors that will even assist with biometric screenings and health risk assessments, a foundation of any wellness program. From there VimTrim works closely with our partners to design and manage evidence-based comprehensive wellness programs that are compliant with the ACA and accommodates all HIPPA, GINA, And ADA laws and regulations.
VT Corporate Wellness is the whole package. We can work with what you have or we can design a custom gym for your employees. Along with education and incentives we will make coming to work something to look forward to.
A Quote from Forbes magazine:
“The Integrated Benefits Institute, which represents major U.S. employers and business coalitions, says poor health costs the U.S. economy $576 billion a year, according to new research. Of that amount, 39 percent, or $227 billion is from “lost productivity” from employee absenteeism due to illness or what researchers called “presenteeism,” when employees report to work but illness keeps them from performing at their best. Here’s a link to their report and statement.”
Author: Andy Goldstein, NASBA, January 11, 2012
“Statistics have routinely shown that employers who utilize corporate wellness programs have decreased absenteeism, reduced health care expenses and increased productivity among employees. Even beer companies are reaping the benefits! Coors Brewing Company’s wellness statistics show an average company medical insurance savings of $5.50 per $1 spent on fitness facilities and equipment. It also reports an 18 percent drop in absenteeism for employees participating in its corporate wellness program.”