Value Proposition


National business leaders are increasingly recognising that ‘healthier people means better business’ for both the employees and employers. Reap the rewards from our range of health assessments and wellbeing plans like our other clients.

The benefits of participating in workplace corporate health programs include:


For employees, improved:

  • health awareness and knowledge
  • physical and mental wellbeing and resilience
  • energy and vitality
  • morale, work enjoyment and satisfaction
  • concentration and productivity
  • team relationships
  • stress-management

  • For employers, improved:

  • productivity
  • attendance levels
  • levels of creativity and innovation
  • employee engagement
  • employee relations
  • staff morale
  • corporate image
  • employee retention
  • and importantly, reduced:
  • 	*sickness-related absenteeism
    	*presenteeism (health-related work impairment)
    	*workplace injury and workers compensation costs

    Studies indicate that:

  • organisations that don’t promote health and wellness are four times more likely to lose talent in the next 12 months1
  • workplace health programs have a positive impact on sick leave absenteeism, workers compensation costs and disability management costs1
  • workplace health programs provide a solid return on investment1
  • in organisations where workplace health is managed well, financial performance increased by more than 2.5 times2
  • an engaged employee who is not physically or psychologically healthy will have reduced productivity3
  • each year in Australia, undiagnosed depression in the workplace costs AU $4.3 billion in lost productivity and accounts for more than 12 million days of reduced productivity each year4

  • Read our case studies and testimonials which provide evidence of the positive impact that Ford Health can bring to your organisation.

    References:


    1. Chapman, L.S. (2007) Proof Positive. An Analysis of the Cost Effectiveness of Worksite Wellness. Seattle, WA: Chapman Institute.


    2. Right Management (2009) Wellness and Productivity [online] Available: http://www.rightmanagement.com.au/


    3. World Economic Forum, Working Towards Wellness: The Business Rationale, 2008, Switzerland.


    4. Right Management (2009) Wellness & Productivity Management: a new approach to increasing performance. Business & Talent. Aligned.




    For more information contact Ford Health directly



At Ford Health, our outcomes are quantifiable and tangible, so you will know if your program is working


"We don’t just test your staff. Our aim is to achieve sustainable change to optimise short and long term health outcomes. We take a ‘big picture’ approach to health, so education, motivation and advice tailored to the real lives of busy working people are an integral part of our assessments. We aim to build sustainability and resilience, as well as health and wellbeing, in your staff. And we have the data to show we make a difference."

Dr Kylie Gates