Corporate Wellness

Creating Healthy Employees

Oasis Health is dedicated to working with small to large office environments to promote employee wellness through various holistic modalities which include TCM Acupuncture, Nutritional Counseling, Health Fairs and Lunch and Learns.

Our services promote and improve employee health and wellness and our trained practitioners work directly with employers to design customized health and wellness programs that not only help improve employee health and productivity, but also lower employee costs.

Why are we different?

Oasis Health believes in building a program specific to the needs of your of-fice but more importantly…measurable results! Each one of participating employees will receive a com-prehensive health risk assessment which outlines workplace demographics, the prevalence of employee health risks and employee interests.
  • Accessibility – a year-round service offered on-site, available through online appointment scheduling, at a time and location designated by you.
  • Convenience – reduces after-hours missed appointments, traffic, lost hours, provides more family time and its available right in the building.
  • Relevance – focused on the needs of your workplace through individual Health Guidance Assessments, creating a healthy workplace culture.

Why Have a Workplace
Wellness Program

Research into Workplace Wellness Programs tells us that they have been around for some time but with today’s technology and analytics it is becoming increasing hard to ignore their benefits and ef-fectiveness to both employers and employees.

Wellness isn’t just about physical fitness. Depression, stress and diet related illnesses have proved to be major sources of lost productivity. The good news is that organizations are realizing that they can manage, and even prevent some diseases by adopting a wellness program for their employees.

Case studies tell us that there are several different profiles for employees and how they view their health. There is also data to support that many of us have, not just bad work habits, we have behav-iors which put us at risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, stroke, and stress-related illnesses.

Maintaining a healthy workforce is a matter of both corporate responsibility and business necessity when it comes to the bottom line.

Healthy employees cost less….bottom line!
What Industry

Heathcare Shift from Reactive to Proactive Reactive Proactive

Tangible Benefits of
Workplace Wellness Programs

Employee Health Matters: 92% of organizations believe employee health influences corporate performance.

Over the past few years, there has been a shift in thinking as organizations move towards a clear focus on the positive outcomes of wellness programs. Employers surveyed in 2013 acknowledged the following significant range of benefits they were able to measure that affected their bottom line results.
Between 2011 and 2013, the survey recorded a noticeable benefit from wellness programs; for example, absenteeism and improved productivity were now in the top 5 benefits cited, and that employee health has a direct correlation to profitability.1


Employee Health Matters


Improved Employee Morale


Reduced Absenteeism


Positive Employee Feedback


Improved Productivity


Improved Employee Retention

What Industry Says

”These benefits are measurable. According to the Conference Board of Canada’s 2013 report Missing in Action: Absenteeism Trends in Canadian Organizations, the direct cost of absenteeism averaged 2.4% of gross
annual payroll in 2011 – 2012 – or $16.6 billion to the Canadian economy as a whole. Improved absenteeism rates achieved through wellness initiatives are helping to manage these significant costs. And findings from Phase 1 of the Sun Life-Ivey Canadian Wellness ROI Study estimate wellness programs save 1.5 – 1.7 days absenteeism or $251 per employee per year.” 3

How Does Your
Company Compare

A Canadian survey found that a majority of Canadians engage in three or more unhealthy behaviours ( 63%)– Of greater concern is the number of Canadians who have risk factors for chronic disease (lack of exercise, smoking and poor diet) 2
When combined with research on the impact of unhealthy behaviours and the cost to employers, these survey findings provide a compelling call for individuals and organizations to take action to improve health and reap
the rewards.