Corporate Health & Wellbeing
A healthier, more motivated employee is a happier and more productive one. Through our innovative approach to fitness and health, we can help both you and your employees, improve your bottom line and save money. Invest in the fitness and health of your employees and the return is exponential. Pinnacle Fitness and Health work closely with companies to provide employees with one to one training and group exercise sessions as well as osteopathic treatment and deep tissue massage. All our corporate packages are completely bespoke our consultative approach allows us to tailor our packages to meet you exacting needs and requirements.
Prices for our Corporate & Group services are tailored depending on your companies wants & needs. For more information regarding how we could be of help to you and your business please don’t hesitate to contact us.
- Please note that Pinnacle Fitness & Health operates a 24hr cancellation policy, If u fail to give 24hrs notice of any cancellation you will be charged the full session fee.
- Please be advised that the prices above may be subject to change depending on your location
How can Pinnacle help?
Here’s just a few of the benefits;
- The promotion of a healthier lifestyle
- Ergonomic Assessments, preventing injury at work
- On-site RSI (Repetitive Strain Industry) treatment
- In-house treatment – Osteopaths/Sports Therapists which can provide onsite treatment to diagnose treat and prevent injury
- An increase in energy levels and mental alertness
- An increase in work rate efficiency and productivity
- A decrease in stress levels
- Physical training sessions put on after or during work – both one to one or in groups which look to improve health and increase camaraderie within the group, these are also excellent team building activities.
- Classes Circuit Training/ Boxercise/ Pilates
Our corporate packages are a great way of promoting better teamwork and interaction amongst employees as well as increasing profits and saving your business money. Find out more about how Exercising at work can help your business increase profits and save money! How Exercising at Work Saves Money?
Employers are feeling the effects when employees become chronically sick or ineffective many of the leading causes of death, including, heart disease, diabetes, and even infectious diseases like the flu can be warded off by a healthy lifestyle; imagine the lowered death toll, not to mention costs to the economy and employers, if more people decided to take control of their health.
Many companies now realise the significant impact employee fitness and health has on their bottom-line and are establishing various employee fitness and health programs as a result.
Bupa reported the views of 5,000 workers with economic analysis from the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr), which shows that the failure to unlock employees’ discretionary effort’ is costing businesses dearly as a lack of motivation and sub-optimal health cut a potential £6 billion – equivalent to 0.4 per cent of GDP – from the economy in 2012.
Almost half of people admitted to not going above and beyond at work because they think that they won’t be acknowledged (46 per cent) or rewarded (47 per cent). Just as alarmingly for businesses, less than one in ten (7 per cent) employees says they are working to their full potential, and more than a quarter of (27 per cent) workers rate their current level of productivity as five or below (on a scale of 1-10).
Patrick Watt, corporate director at Bupa, comments; “This is a wake-up call for employers. This research shows that many employees are not engaged or motivated, which has a big impact on a business’ performance and productivity.
However, the good news for employers is that by making even small changes to how they look after and value their employees, there are huge gains on offer for Britain’s businesses. “Initiatives that boost employee engagement are intrinsically linked to employee wellbeing, and can produce a willingness to go the extra mile.
By rewarding extra effort from employees and building an organisation around health and wellbeing, businesses can harness the discretionary effort of their workforce to supercharge their growth.”
George Sotiri, founding director here at Pinnacle Fitness and Health comments; “As a company we pride ourselves on delivering a service that is suitable for every individual’s wants and needs. Nothing gives us greater pleasure than to see and hear about the positive influences we have had on our client’s lives both professionally and domestically. Being able to work directly with the clients in their working environment allows us to pinpoint the direct changes needed to manage and improve the work place environment and acts a as great way to ensure that the positive changes made last longer”.
Is Britain fit for growth?
Bupa’s research also looks at the health of employees and reveals that Britain is not fit for growth in its current state, with only two in five (41 per cent) employees operating at their peak physical level and three in ten (29 per cent) unable to concentrate at work due to poor health. Ill health has a knock-on effect among colleagues with a third (37 per cent) of teams experiencing a strain on resources due to staff absence. This extra pressure means that three in ten are at risk of missing targets (29 per cent) and one in four teams does not feel motivated to win new business as it will only mean more work for them (27 per cent).
Implementing a comprehensive company fitness and health program is a win-win for both the employers and employees, but successfully getting employees to actively participate in the program is key. Companies are well advised to take a simple survey to find out which programs most interest their employees, and provide positive incentives for participating. CVS’ Caremark in the USA, for instance, has actually fined employees $600 for not undergoing an annual fitness and health review, a step that is virtually guaranteed to have a negative rather than positive impact on employee morale.
Many small and large companies are embracing fitness and health programs to help lower health care costs and create a healthier office culture – but some have yet to “see the light.” If you are yet to implement such options, you may want to introduce the idea to the human resources department or another key decision-maker in the company. We offer free trials and consultations, what do you have to lose?
Did you know that nearly 70 percent of costs associated with health care are due to preventable conditions, and that new data indicates companies who have moved away from managing the cost of illness and instead support their employees’ abilities to manage their health have lowered company risk for large catastrophic health care claims, and will pay less in health care costs in the long run.
So your think that’s great, but there’s no Time to Exercise at Work?
We can help you schedule your time, if you can’t exercise during your lunch hour or other breaks at work, you’ll need to fit it in elsewhere. Viewing exercise as a non-negotiable part of your day is really the trick to getting it done. Ideally, schedule it into your appointment book the way you would an important meeting or social event. Set the time for it and then make no excuses about keeping it. Some options to add more activity to your day easily include:
- Walk, Jog or cycle to and from work
- Walk your child to school
- Being active in and around your home and office
- Taking the stairs
Fitness and health in the workplace definitely matters and many companies are moving toward this healthier, happier office culture. For a free consultation with one of our experts feel free to give us a call on 0208 000 0000 or contact us using the form below.