“Untreated mental and physical health conditions cost American companies billions of dollars every year.“
- 81% of employees report mental health issues due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, and 3Xs increase in Anxiety.
- Untreated depression costs employers $9,450 per employee, per year in absenteeism and lost productivity.
- 62% of missed workdays can be attributed to mental health conditions.
- Employees with untreated mental health conditions have a higher heart attack and stroke risk
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Choosing to work with our Experts providing your Employees optimal health tools will boost your employee satisfaction, retention, productivity, attendance, mental and physical health, and ultimately make you more money!
An eye-opening U.S. employee survey from 2021 found that...
- "79% of employees believed their company's wellbeing programs helped them be as productive as possible.
- 75% of U.S. employees stated they agree employee wellbeing programs offered by their employer are one of the reasons they stay at their job.
- 79% also believed such programs had helped them avoid getting sick." ~Statista 2022
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"These cooking classes are GREAT. Probably the best thing I’ve seen from our wellness programs ever (I’ve been with the company 20+ years). I’ve made each of the recipes, but even better I’ve incorporated several of the components of the recipes into my weekly cooking. For example, I roast chopped sweet potatoes and garbanzo beans frequently and have added them to a variety of dishes. I love how Nikki/Britta incorporate plant-based options & alternatives.
I hope the company continues with a cooking program because it certainly has surfaced many healthy alternatives that I can easily incorporate into my daily life as well as expanded my palate!"
"Nikki's workshop on how to stay healthy while working a demanding job was extremely well attended, with over 50 women who showed up to learn about the topic. They were super informative while keeping the workshop extremely interactive and fun. We learned a lot of useful tips about how to incorporate basic changes into our busy day-to-day lives to help improve how we feel. I found it extremely helpful to hear from the dynamic duo. I cannot recommend this workshop more for every corporation and small company alike! Looking forward to seeing what other services NAO Wellness offers."
"The workshop was very well received. I’m loving the feedback. You ladies are AMAZING. This workshop is exactly what people need during this difficult time. It is surprisingly beyond my expectation. I tried a lot of meditations before but not the same as this one. I can see from people’s comments that they liked and appreciated this session as well. The workshop was well-run with a variety of content, so I am sure everyone had good takeaways from it. Thank you for accommodating us last minute. This was very timely and I appreciate the work you and your team put in to make it happen!"
Garen Staglin, “Understanding the Evidence: Transforming How Employers Make the Case for Mental Health“ Forbes, April 4, 2019.
1 -“American Worker in Crisis: Understanding Employee Mental Health in Unprecedented Times,” Lyra Health, July 2020.
2 - “Mental Health: A Workspace Crisis,” American Heart Association CEO Roundtable, 2018.
3 - “Bad for Business: The Business Case for Overcoming Mental Illness Stigma in the Workplace,” National Alliance on Mental Illness of Massachusetts, 2015.
4 - “Anxiety and Depression Boost Heart Attack and Stroke Risk,” American College of Cardiology, September 19, 2018.
5 - Mangurian et al., “Diabetes and Prediabetes Prevalence by Race and Ethnicity Among People With Severe Mental Illness,” Diabetes Care, July 2018.
6 - D. Mozzaffarian, E. Benjamin, A.S. Go, et al. on behalf of American Heart Association Statistics Committee and Stroke Statistics Subcommittee, “heat Disease and Stroke Statistics–2016 Update: A Report from the American Heart Association,” Circulation, 133:e38-e360 (2016).