About Us

Corporate Health Results is dedicated to employee health and productivity.

Corporate Health Results has a highly qualified team that consists of exercise scientists, exercise physiologists, massage therapists, nurses, personal trainers and accredited dieticians. This team provides solutions that deliver measurable health and productivity benefits to organisations of any size.

Corporate Health Results offers a vast variety of services to meet any organisations needs and budgets. Corporate Health Results will diagnose the overall health status of the organisation and customise an appropriate solution.

Corporate Health Results differentiates itself from its competitors through its individual focus and emphasis on education. Education is vital in sustainable long term health modifications. This education continues well after the program has been completed.

Corporate Health Results also has a social responsibility to improving the health of Australia. This is reflected in its support of Diabetes Australia, the Heart Foundation of Australia, Mental Health Association NSW and Obesity Prevention Australia.

Is a Corporate Health Program really worth it?

Corporate Health and Wellness programs can be a significant investment of both time and resources for companies. This begs the question on whether they are worth it…..

The research is overwhelming on the impact a corporate health program will have for both employers and employees.

Companies can no longer afford not to have a workplace health program. Research has shown the return of programs to be anywhere from $1 – $13 for every dollar spent. The median return is currently $3.141. The only occurrences where companies have failed to have a positive return are when the initial investment of money and time was too small.

Companies can manage worker’s compensation costs; enhance their reputation as a desirable employer and manage an ageing workforce. They can improve their corporate image; improve staff morale and employee engagement.

The attraction and retention of employees is also enhanced through a well designed corporate health program. Research has shown that organisations that fail to implement a health and wellness program are 4 times more likely to lose talent in the next 12 months2.

A lot of research has centred on the decrease in absenteeism following a corporate health program. Capital Metro in the US reported a 25% decrease following a corporate health program3 while other research has found that absenteeism costs decrease by $2.73 for every dollar spent4. A corporate wellness program with exercise alone can have a significant effect on absenteeism. Employees that regularly get moderate exercise miss 18% fewer workdays, while people that exercise strenuously miss 32% less workdays5.

Companies can make considerable savings through a reduction of health-related impairments. Healthy lifestyle practices will prevent distracting pains and aches whilst increasing alertness6.

The benefits to employees are just as numerous. They include physiological benefits such as:

  • More energy
  • Increased metabolism
  • Better sleep
  • Improved mood
  • Reduced anxiety and tension
  • Weight loss
  • Increased lean body muscle mass and muscle tone
  • Better concentration

In addition, employees will have:

  • Increased work enjoyment and fulfilment
  • Improved team relationships
  • Improved job satisfaction
  • Fewer on the job accidents

Employees are a company’s greatest asset. Companies are now placing optimal health and well-being as a priority alongside goals such as profitability, customer service and innovation. The impact a corporate health program can have is profound and will increase not only your employee’s health but also the company’s bottom line.


  1. Bray, I (2009) Healthy Employees, Healthy Business: Easy, Affordable ways to promote workplace wellness. Nolo, Berkeley
  2. Right Management (2009) Wellness and Productivity Management, Available: http://www.rightmanagement.com.au/assets/x/50990.
  3. Davis, L., Loyo, K., Glowka, A., Schwertfeger, R., Danielson, L., Brea C, Easton, A. and Griffin-Blake, S. (2009) A Comprehensive Worksite Wellness Program in Austin, Texas: Partnership between Steps to a Healthier Austin and Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Prevention Chronic Disease.
  4. Baicker, K., Cutler D. and Song, Z (2010) Workplace Wellness Programs Can Generate Savings. Health Affairs.
  5. Keeler, E., Manning, W., Newhouse, J., Sloss, E. and Wasserman, J (1989) The External Costs of a sedentary lifestyle. American Journal of Public Health.