$tre$$ and Corporate Wellness

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StressStress is a costly beast. American companies spend about $300B in direct and indirect costs related to stress each year including health expenses, increased turnover, and lost productivity. Compared to corporate revenues ($7T), that means a company spend about 4.3% of its revenue on stress. Ouch! Is that something your firm can afford?

One study found employees are 8x more likely to be engaged in their work when their employers make wellness a priority1. The same study also found an organization is 4x more likely to lose talent if its employees have an unfavorable view of its wellness efforts. Firms lacking robust wellness programs are going to find it increasingly difficult to compete.

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) states that 57% more employees participate in wellness programs when there are incentives attached to the program (33% vs. 84%)2. One firm even reduced absenteeism by 50% and achieved an ROI of 1000% (not a typo) in providing massages to employees3.

Massage therapy is a key component to managing stress both in the workplace and and out. It is well-known as one of the most effective treatments for stress conditions.

Chair MassageWe can perform on-site chair massage, stress assessments and education, and group rates for in-clinic solutions.

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1 Right Management: Wellness Programs Linked to Employee Engagement/Retention
2 SHRM: Companies Increase Wellness Incentive Dollars
3 Working Well Resources: Massage at Work Helps Staff Work More Productively