Don't Let This One Factor Derail Your Company Goals for the Year

By: Kathleen Gramzay Thursday January 11, 2018 comments Tags: corporate wellness, workers comp claims, healthcare costs

The New Year is here. You’ve spent months planning, budgeting, and setting your company goals for your most successful year yet. Your team is ready, with each person’s contributions an integral piece to the success of the whole. If each member of your team contributes their part, everyone wins – your customers, your team, and your stakeholders. So what can derail your plan, disintegrate your momentum, and increase your costs?

  • Your key administrative person needs carpal tunnel surgery and is out three weeks
  • Your top salesperson has sciatica, ends up with back surgery, and is out for a month and limited capacity for six months
  • Your star business development person tears a hamstring tendon during a fitness challenge and is out six weeks
  • Your key IT troubleshooter has tension headaches/migraines that incapacitate them for days at a time

Stress, chronic tension, and muscular pain are factors that erode the health of your team members and your business. Considering that seventy-four percent of absenteeism is due to musculoskeletal-related conditions, doesn’t it make sense to provide your team with a tool to help alleviate the underlying causes of a majority of conditions so they can feel good, stay focused and productive?

Kinessage® Self-Care training and the Kinessage® Self Care Virtual System is the first do-it-yourself wellness program for musculoskeletal disorders that empowers people to release their own stress, chronic tension and muscular pain without drugs or office visits. 

If you would like to improve the probability of reaching your company goals this year and increase the health, vitality, and focus of your team, contact me to schedule a complimentary consult to find out more at [email protected]

About the Author: Kathleen Gramzay

Kathleen Gramzay, BCTMB is a 17-yr Board Certified Massage Therapist, Speaker & Developer of Kinessage® Self Care.  Her mission is to empower people to partner with their own bodies for greater health & well-being.




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