Workplace wellness is a $6 billion industry. In today's age of technology, millions of American employees are sitting at their desks for hours on end. Behaviors like these have led to a growing rate of chronic diseases like obesity, high blood pressure, stress, exhaustion, and absenteeism, just to name a few. Implementing workplace wellness programs has become a vital piece in both maintaining and improving employee health. The Society for Human Resource Management (commonly known as SHRM) released a 2015 Employee Benefits Report that discussed the uphill trend in implementing workplace wellness programs, addressing preventable and chronic disease programs in particular. RAND Corporation also released a brief on wellness programs, titled "Do Workplace Wellness Programs Save Employers Money." It took a closer look at the two most common components of a wellness program:
The GiftCard Partners name and logo, and other trademarks are trademarks of GiftCard Partners Inc. and may not be used without permission. The names of other companies, products and services are the property of their respective owners.