Your Business Needs Fitnez: Increase Your Company’s Productivity By Getting Healthy.

on 23.09.2013 / by admin / Comments Off on Your Business Needs Fitnez: Increase Your Company’s Productivity By Getting Healthy. in From Inez, Recipe of the month
According to a recent study by Gallup and Brooke Institute the average annual loss in productivity in the workplace, per worker, due to sick days is $28.000.  Obese Americans spend approximately 36%  more on healthcare costs and 77% more on medications than the counterparts.  With these statics in  mind, a large number of corporations are now implementing robust workplace wellness iniatives.
Fit-Nez offers a variety of wellness services designed to help any company of any size increase productivity while ultimately reducing health care costs. We will gladly help you identify your health & wellness concerns and create a specialized program to meet your needs and maximize your employee participation.

Our Corporate Wellness services include:

  • Monthly Wellness Blogs
  • Health Screenings including body measurements & body fat testing
  • Fitness Assessment testing strength, cardiovascular conditioning, flexibility, functional movement and functionality
  • Health Education Seminars (online and in-person)
  • Lifestyle Management Courses (online and in-person)
  • Incentive Programs (Walkathons, Biggest Loser Challenge, Office Olympics, etc.)
  • On-site Fitness Classes
  • Access to an online proprietary library of Fitnez workouts and recipes

Clients Include:
AAMI: Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation
Experis, a Manpower Company
FELD Entertainment
Google
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey
CircusFit
Sister to Sister Foundation
United Educators

Fitnez would be honored to serve your corporate wellness needs at www.fit-nez.com. Complimentary consultation upon request.

http://fit-nez.com/get-fit-services/corporate-wellness/

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