Balance is the key to everything. What we do, think, say, eat, feel, they all require awareness and through this awareness, we can grow.

-Koi Fresco

Tara has been a passionate advocate for physical wellness since she obtained her step aerobics certification in 2005. Shortly thereafter in her first HR executive role, she realized wellness is much more than a physical pursuit. Employees cannot be at their best when stressors in their lives (health, family, relationships, money, education, housing, and more) create crushing weights on their shoulders and keep them from performing their best for their customers, their teams, and themselves.

The Work Institute states the top three reasons employees leave are lack of career development, work/life balance, and bad managers. Compensation is only cited 9% of the time (compensation is still important!). How can employers stop the bleeding of employees voluntarily leaving?

Thoughtful, caring employers can create programs to support employees to be at their best day in and day out. In doing so, employers will enjoy highly engaged employees. Gallup studies show that employers that utilize HR best practices see:

  • 41% lower
  • 24% lower
    turnover (in high-turnover orgs)
  • 59% lower
    turnover (in low-turnover orgs)
  • 70% fewer
    employee injuries
  • 40% fewer
    quality defects
  • 20% higher
  • 17% higher
  • 21% higher

Sign up for a consultation time to know how the performance of your employees can increase with the different retreats and holistic, fundamental programs we offer!