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Your employees are your most valuable asset. Are you ready to increase their value and improve your bottom line? They may have tried other weight loss programs in the past with unsatisfying results. SlimGenics is different. We offer the sound nutrition, structure and support necessary for rapid results that can be maintained for life. Since 2003, SlimGenics has helped tens of thousands of people lose weight and keep it off, and we can do the same for your company. Healthier employees mean less absenteeism, lower insurance premiums and increased productivity, resulting in a workforce that is ready to get the job done.
With SlimGenics@Work, Your
- Lose up to 2-5 lbs. per week
- Eat fresh, everyday foods from the
- Receive support from professional counselors
- Get individualized plans to meet their needs
- Learn how to maintain a healthy weight
The Results Are Clear:
- Increased employee productivity
- Lower healthcare costs
- Decreased absenteeism
- Reduce or eliminate the need for some
- Manage or reverse chronic health problems,
such as Type 2 Diabetes
- Learn how to maintain a healthy weight for life
SlimGenics@Work offers three convenient options:
Perfect if your workplace is located nearby a SlimGenics Weight Control Center.
- Guaranteed weight loss
- Program supervised by professional counselors
- Individualized plans based on health history
Ideal if your workplace is located outside the areas where SlimGenics Weight Control Centers are currently available.
- State-of-the-art Weigh TM™
- Kiosk Counselor provides advice and guidance
- A complete virtual weight loss experience
Designed for self-motivated employees who are on the road or work remotely.
- Support from the SlimGenics Online Community
- Comprehensive suite of program materials
- One-on-one phone counseling
To find out more information, please fill out the "Get Started" form above!
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