The cost of health systems is exploding worldwide.
Disease prevention and job losses are a social and business imperative.
Direct and indirect costs of sickness-related labor costs have reached gigantic proportions and are a threatening factor for companies and economies.
According to the Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, in Germany alone in 2017 there were more than 667 million days of incapacity for work, which caused direct costs of € 136 billion.
Alone the costs for Asthma treatment in Europe amounts to 80 € billion a year.
A company that wants to cut costs must invest:
- in employees health
- in sick leave reduction
- in employees performance
- in employees motivation
- better health and well-being,
- higher concentration,
- more vitality and better performance,
- as well as fewer sick days and doctor visits
This was proven in a BMW study.
Competing for the best employees is a proactive, positive on health and well-being oriented shaping of workplace design. This is becoming increasingly important