On-site Corporate Tobacco Cessation Programs
REDUCING THE NUMBER OF STAFF WHO SMOKE CAN SAVE YOUR COMPANY TIME & MONEY…
What people are saying about Breathe Therapy’s On-Site Corporate Tobacco Cessation Programs
Benefits Manager, Malt-O-Meal
I got a round of applause yesterday when I presented the Breathe Therapy results to our Senior Management at the Benefits Steering Committee meeting. That has never happened before. Val C.
Vice President, All Around Construction
Why should your company offer smoking cessation program?
Because it will save your company time and money!
Dramatic productivity increases
According to NPR Employee who smokes costs the Boss $5800 a year. (2013) If a smoker leaves the office 3 times per day for a cigarette (in addition to regular break & lunch times times), at 10 minutes each, that is 30 minutes per day of lost productivity. In other words, that’s more than two hours every week. Overall, that equates to more than 3 full weeks per year in lost productivity. If an employee is paid $15.00/hour, then that’s nearly $2,000 per year in lost productivity for one employee. Consequently, multiply that by 5 or even 500 staff and you are starting to have a noticeable impact on productivity, efficiency and costs.
Lower insurance costs (Health & Life)
Decrease sick leave and payouts
Improve health of staff
Deliver a significant benefit to the participating employees
Deliver aesthetic benefits to management, coworkers and customers
Why should your company choose Breathe Therapy® for its corporate smoking cessation program?
Highest Success Rate (approx. 80% Success Rate – as verified by KARE 11 News)
Because it is faster, easier and more effective than the other methods!
For most businesses, it’s the right results that count. When you review the costs and success rates of alternative methods, it becomes clear that Breath Therapy is the best way to go – to help to reach the objective of fewer smokers on staff. Click here to see Comparison Chart.
Philosophy & Incentives
Participation and costs
Increased probability of success with support (and participation) of co-workers (and possibly family)
Corporate smoking cessation program cost sharing options:
- $150-250 from employee, company pays rest ($150 is less than the cost of 4 week’s cigarettes!)
- Employee pays all (with possible payroll deduction option)
- Employee pays part or all up front, company reimburses after __ months success.