Investing in, and building direct and indirect relationship wellness programs improve a company’s overall financial health, while ignoring these opportunities can decrease a company’s productivity and profitability.

According to a 2006 study, when dual-income couples are happy in marriage, they are more loyal to their employers, thus turnover is lowered.

The cost-saving benefits of not having to train new employees leads to greater profitability.

Studies show that individuals in happy and successful relationships have greater skills in areas such as communication, flexibility, closeness, personality compatibility, and conflict resolution.

The connection between these skills and the workplace are obvious – and are worth cultivating.

Lost productivity on the average is a half times greater then that lost to absenteeism.

The Harvard Business Review estimates that presenteeism costs American Business 0 billion annually in direct and indirect costs.

I suspect this had been changed at some point but it’s only a dollar more per month so I guess it isn’t a huge problem. One question had asked if a green profile meant the user was a subscriber.

As I described, green is actually the platinum account.

We don’t need to tell you that these directly effect healthcare costs and the bottom line.