WELLNESS that does not feel like WELLNESS
To guide the path of this industry, we must got back to the human element.
Level the Playing Field
For all employees to participate equally. Forget steps, miles, and gym check-ins. They can be intimidating.
Use Social Incentives
Which can be more powerful than even cash when it comes to getting employees involved.
Involve Family & Friends
To provide a support network for true lifestyle changes. Dependents can also make up 60% of your health costs.
To improve the strength of your team. An overall connected culture of wellness will benefit all areas of business.
We partner with local non-profits to provide visibility within communities. Volunteer and earn rewards or incentives while you’re at it.
THE BAD AND THE UGLY
Of employees cost 80% of health related expenses.
Lost in productivity each year due to poor health.
Is the expected turnover of the average millennial.
1 in 3
Americans are considered obese.
Is the average participation rate in wellness programs.
Choosing the right incentives
Few employees will jump at the opportunity to save their company a buck. Offering high value incentives while keeping costs low will drive engagement.
Attract and Retain The Best
Culture matters. The most innovative companies have not only talented individuals, but tightly knit teams. Fostering relationships and collaboration will bring this talent to you.
The Problems With the Existing Market
Poorly focused research
Research into factors that have little impact have led programs and spending in the wrong direction for far too long. Blipic addresses the true source of health related expenses.
Overly complex to manage
Offering the biggest baddest wellness package for the lowest possible dollar is not the answer. Creating an effective program requires simplicity to keeps all departments on board.
Longterm vs. Shorterm Outlook
The “fitness” model is the most common offering. Unfortunately, this is a longterm gamble. Blipic’s path to wellness begins to create an impact on day one.