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1 WELLNESS IN THE WORKPLACE INTRODUCTION

2  Human Resources and Wellness in The Workplace Expert.  Emotional Healing Specialist.  Lecturer at the Faculty of Health Sciences BGU, IL Author:  Messages From The Soul  10 Critical Questions Your Doctor Will (Probably) Not Ask You.

3  Hard to define  Involves physical, psychological and social factors  Involves many different roles  Changes from one industry to the other  Subjective  Agreement: Holistic approach

4 Workplace health promotion activity or organizational policy designed to support healthy behavior in the workplace and to improve health outcomes

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6 Source: © 2008 American Psychological Association

7 Source: Pot (2012) [45] - HRM, human resource management.

8 Psychological Well-Being Stress Physical WBSocial WB Community WB Professional WB

9 Optimum Performance Performance Stress High Low BoredomAnxiety Optimum Stress

10 Productivity Safety Due to the direct correlation between stress and performance Stress directly affects productivity and safety

11  Increased probability of viral infections: 74%-90%  4.5 times more probability for heart attack  Increased probability for autoimmune and infectious disease and cancer  75% of visits to family doctor are stress related

12  The Design of Tasks  Work Roles  Management Style  Poor Interpersonal Relationships  Poor work/home balance  Career Concerns  Environmental Conditions

13  Higher productivity (Presenteeism )  Improved commitment, loyalty & Satisfaction  Worker preservation  Organizational Endurance  Less absenteeism  Less Accidents  Less medical and legal costs Source: Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine PROFIT INCREASE!

14 300 Billion $ US Market מקור : The American Institute of Stress  Accidents  Absenteeism  Worker turnover  Lost productivity  Medical expenses & insurance  Workers Compensation

15 Workers Compensation Claim Costs NCCI, WC Symposium 2010

16 Mental Health Back Pain Stressed No Exercise Obesity 0%100%50%150% Source: Serxner, S., et al., (2001). The impact of behavioral health risks on worker absenteeism. JOEM, 43(4), % 140% 131% 118% 116%

17 Source: American Institute of Preventative Medicine

18 Published: Harvard Business Review 185 random workers and spouses received cardiac rehabilitation and exercise training by cardiologists Categorization: Heart attack risk factors: body fat, blood pressure, stress levels Time Span: 6 months Results  Medical costs reduced by $1500 per worker  75% of workers originally defined as high risk were re-defined as low risk  The control group showed no improvements ROI $6 per $1 Invested

19 CompanyActionsTime SpanResultsSavingsROI Johnson & Johnson 6 years # Smokers -66% # High blood pressure -50% # Inactive workers -50% 250 million 2.71$ Chevron Health risk screening, newsletter, phone coaching, workshops & health fairs 2.5 years 6.42$ Coors Brewing 6 years 6.15$ Anderson Cancer Center Univ. Texas Absenteeism -80% Modified duty days -64% Insurance premiums -50% 1.5 million SUCCESS STORIES

20 “There is no doubt that investing in wellness in the workplace is worthwhile. The only question is will you invest in it today or tomorrow.” Waren Buffett

21  Rise in number of stress factors  Rise in exposure & affect of stress  Rise in stress related damage  Rise in stress related costs

22  Access current situation  Set realistic goals  Design wellness programs based on assessment  Implementation  Record & Evaluation  Modify & improve  Follow up & maintenance

23  Organizational commitment  Incentives for workers  Affective assessment and long term follow up  Easy access to activities  Affective implementation  On-going evaluation and modification of  program according to changes in risk factors  Appropriate funding

24  Fortune 50 Company  80% rise in medical expenses for workers and spouses in 3 years  20% of workers responsible for 80% of claims  85% of parents experienced high stress in regard to raising children  Parenting workshops Savings: 13 million in 1 year

25  Showcase organization’s commitment to social & environmental norms through tangible value  Branding / Enhanced market reputation  Brand loyalty  Improved customer / supplier experience  Direct dialogue with stakeholders aligned with social media era Cont…

26  Direct marketing and message assimilation  Early identification of potential problems  Trust building between public and company  Fund raising  Profit increase

27  The Essence of Life – The Arison Group  Cellcom- Youth Advancement via Music Projects  Prigat-Community Gardens  Road #6: Community Projects  Partner- Orange in the Community

28  Metaltech Ltd. (Iscar)  Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd  Rotem Amfert Ltd  The Dead Sea Works  The Ministry of Defense  Union of Local Authorities  Tel-Aviv Municipality  Beer Sheva Municipality  Bnei Shimon Regional Council  Intel Israel  IBM Israel  Motorola Israel

29 CONTACT DETAILS Joan Jacobs


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