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New Case Study Shows How Orriant’s Company Wellness Programs Changed Employee Habits for a Trucking Company
Date:7/22/2013

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) July 22, 2013

Orriant’s superior company wellness programs have an established, results-driven methodology that is helping companies to improve individual health as well as lower employee healthcare costs. Implementing Orriant’s corporate health programs has repeatedly shown participants how to increase their quality of life and utilize federal wellness incentives.

The success of Orriant participants is due primarily to the passion and experience of their qualified Health Coaches. All Orriant Coaches hold a minimum of a four-year degree in a health-related field, in addition to continuous in-house certification. Orriant participants employed at a Utah trucking company know how invaluable the advice and support of Orriant Health Coaches can be in their lives. “At the end of the day,” says trucking company CEO, Scott, “[the employees] lost weight. Everyone felt better. Everyone had more energy.”

Another “little thing” that makes a big difference is the addition of federal wellness incentives to the Orriant equation, which help to reduce the amount of healthcare costs. Over time, Orriant pays for itself in monetary value, increased employee production and overall well-being of participants.

Once an participant chooses to join Orriant’s program, they are assigned to work with an Orriant Coach. Participants team up with a coach to create achievable diet and fitness goals and establish how they plan to meet these goals. Coaches help by offering useful tips, map exercise schedules, and even email healthy recipes to clients. “[My coach] has really gotten to know me, my routine, and my goals,” says participant Kelly.

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