Employer medical costs have risen 51 percent over the last ten years. And the growth shows no sign of slowing down. Yet studies show that for every $1 invested in corporate wellness, employers receive $3.27 back. Here at Nokia, we go a step further. We help build cultures and communities of wellness throughout your employee population.
Beyond just wellness, our solution includes programs for rising risk and chronic condition populations.
Employees crave our award-winning health devices. And we even integrate with over 100 leading consumer health apps.
Forget a lengthy implementation. We do all the hard work so you can sit back, relax, and watch your wellness program soar.
From engagement rates to health outcomes, track your program’s progress and celebrate success with 24/7 access to your very own real-time reporting dashboard.
Our multi-layered wellness program helps every employee along the health spectrum with their specific conditions and needs.
Activity, sleep, and even heart health. These are the health devices your employees want to wear.
"This is the first fitness tracker I would actually buy."
-Anthony Karcz, Consumer Devices, Forbes
Here at Nokia, we believe we should do the hard work for our customers - not the other way around.
“Thanks to a dedicated portal and outstanding support, our employees were able to benefit easily from Nokia high-quality products.”
-Natalie Lotzmann, Global Benefits, SAP
A real-time reporting dashboard with results on your program’s most important metrics.
“Access to detailed reports made the program seamless.”
-Colleen Broersma, President, 3:1 Health and Productivity Management Solutions
New daily average activity level of previously sedentary employees.
(Source: MIT, 2016)
Previously uncontrolled hypertensives reach control.
(Source: AMGA, 2015)
Sustained weight loss for previously obese users.
(Source: Nokia Observatory, 2017)
Is work-related stress making your company sick?
Download our latest ebook to learn what employee health data showed us about work productivity and stress, and the surprising correlations between the two that you might not expect.