By Jim Pshock, Founder & CEO of Bravo
Do you view your investment into wellness as a discretionary luxury employee benefit? Or as a pillar of your investment into employee benefits? We routinely see employers with very similar circumstances have markedly different strategies. Do you more closely identify with “Stuck Inc.” who, despite the best of intentions, runs out of money to invest into efforts that could address the root cause of escalating healthcare costs? Or “Solutions Inc.,” a company who responded to the trend by embedding the wellness initiatives into its benefit plan while concurrently adding a “good driver discount” that placed the power into its associates’ hands and created a win/win for both the short and long term? Avoid getting stuck. Contact Bravo today.