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Is your business FUN?

Aside from all the financial and productivity loss that comes from health related incidents, did you know that businesses that employ a wellness program are expected to see a financial and productivity GAIN of up to 6x what they are currently doing in tasks being completed and income being generated!? And aside from that, who wants to work in an environment where you can’t have a little FUN and LAUGHTER?!
With T.E.A.M. we change all that! T.E.A.M has been shown repeatedly to up-level office morale and employee performance.
Add some TEAM to your team and see what happens! (Watch our hilarious video at the bottom of this page)

TEAM is a way of using Teamwork, Exercise, Achievement, and Motivation to cultivate a fun and supportive environment of games, problem solving and exercise, that will encourage leadership skills to blossom and friendships to bloom!

Group Performance 
Participants improve remarkably at working together and functioning as a group which makes things run smoother and faster.
Group Resourcefulness Participants gain extensive understanding of one another and then draw upon the knowledge and skills of the group much more efficiently.
Group Creativity Participants improve drastically on thinking outside the box and learning how to make things work better or differently.
Group Satisfaction Creates an uncommon environment of joy, fun, and camaraderie which in turn motivates participants to be better.

1. Circle Drills-Improve on how you function and synchronize as a group.
Group circle exercises and problem solving done in unison with bands connected to a mid-point
2. Partner Drills-Improve how you trust and motivate another.
Partner counter balancing and resistance exercises.
3. Team Relays-Improve how to function and compete as a team.
Start to finish line relay races
4. Fitness Challenge-Improve on how to push past boundaries and encourage others.
Strength, endurance, and balance competition with prizes.


Employee Satisfaction Linked to Wellness Programs

The prevalence of wellness programs in today’s work environment was examined in the 2012 Aflac WorkForces Report, an online survey of more than 1,800 benefits decision-makers and more than 6,100 U.S. workers. The study included findings about the impact of wellness programs on employee satisfaction, well-being and productivity. Compared to workers who are not offered wellness programs, employees who are offered wellness programs and participate in them are more likely to have a higher level of job satisfaction, feel happier with their employer, and be more satisfied with their overall benefits.  (See Chart 1)



Financial Benefits of Implementing Wellness Programs

While companies certainly care about the well-being of their employees, benefits decision-makers admit that a primary reason their company maintains a wellness program is to help curb health care costs, and 59 percent of companies agree that wellness programs can help reduce these costs.

Despite the benefits of wellness program, nearly a quarter (22 percent) of companies do not offer them for their workforce due to the difficulty in quantifying the return-on-investment (ROI). However, a comprehensive analysis of 42 published studies of worksite health promotion programs showed that companies that implemented an effective wellness program realized significant cost reductions and financial gains, including:

  • An average of 28 percent reduction in sick days
  • An average of 26 percent reduction in health costs
  • An average of 30 percent reduction in workers’ compensation and disability management claims
  • An average $5.93 to $1 savings-to-cost ratio.

The bottom line is that companies can help increase employee satisfaction by focusing on the well-being of their workforce. For example, 28 percent of workers said they would feel more satisfied and more loyal to their employer if their company offered more options to improve their health and lifestyle. Workers also recognize the fact that they need to take an active role in workplace wellness. Thirty-five percent of employees were willing to change their lifestyle habits if it meant they could lower their health insurance premiums.