YOUR County Chamber

  • Member Spotlight


    Cultivate by Standard Process


    (262) 485-2490
    Palmyra, WI

  • Ask These Questions of Wellness Providers

    Here are some questions to ask when determining if a wellness partner can deliver a program that’s measureable, flexible, repeatable and scalable.

    • Are fees assessed only for employees who participate in the wellness program?


    • How simple is it for employees to engage in the corporate wellness program?


    • How individualized will wellness solutions be to each employee?


    • How do you meet employees at work where they spend most of their day?


    • How do you demonstrate metrics that matter to key executives?‚Äč


    Cultivate is built on 10 years of data that correlates on-site wellness and business performance. Change begins with as few as 30% employee participation. And, here’s why you should care.



    Take two minutes with this video to meet and learn from those who developed the data-driven on-site corporate wellness model known as Cultivate. 


    Data + Process = ROI

    Many corporations turn to basic HRAs as a cure for rising health care costs. HRAs are repeatable and easy to check off as complete. Neither action, however, delivers measureable ROI. At best, HRAs deliver a snapshot in time and the words ‘See you next year!’


    Data and processes are required to move corporate wellness from a nice-to-have program to strategic initiative. This requires a methodology, a set of systems, repeated processes and checkpoints, a feedback mechanism, and the tools to achieve ROI. Corporate wellness success requires getting beyond common destructive practices of educating, practicing, failing, repeating.



    Academic Verification

    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Medical College of Wisconsin verified Cultivate’s on-site chiropractic-led corporate wellness model improves employee health factors. In fact, Cultivate’s approach demonstrates statistically- and clinically-significant differences in employee health factors and reduction of long-term health risks.


    Employees reduced factors that contribute to long-term serious health conditions related to safety, cancer and heart health. Participant blood pressure, nutrition and stress levels improved with better body mass index, cholesterol, and triglyceride levels.


    Bottom Line for Business

    Employers are concerned about rising healthcare costs and looming federal mandates that penalize companies for unhealthy workers. But when considering a corporate wellness program to address these issues, executives struggle to connect wellness to business performance.


    The reality is corporations will continue to see costs increase and productivity decrease until the health factors driving those numbers are addressed. Wellness, done right, impacts increased healthcare claims, absentee rates, short-term disability, turnover rates and recruiting costs. But you have to measure it to manage it. 


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