The cost of excessive alcohol use in the United States is more than $250 billion per year. Some 14 million Americans (1 in 13 adults) abuses alcohol or are alcoholics. Several million more engage in risky drinking that could lead to alcohol problems at work or home.
Alcohol-related absenteeism is estimated at up to 8 times greater, compared with the general workplace. As for drug abuse, some 70 percent of the 14.8 million Americans who use illegal drugs are employed in the workplace. The cost of drug abuse to U.S>employers is more than $81 billion annually.
Presenting Be Sober at Work: Tools for Addiction training video. This powerful workplace wellness video provides helpful tips for all your employees, whether engaging in occasional substance abuse, or chronic addictions.
Some 80 percent of employees treated for mental health problems report improvements in productivity and jobs satisfaction, according to the Center for Workplace Mental Health.
In this engaging corporate wellness video, you’ll discover powerful lifestyle tools that can help you be more sober, happy and productive. Get tips to help you stay sober, and be healthier and more productive at work. Find out how you can build better work relationships and be sober and healthy, at work and home.
You’ll receive valuable tips from experts and others: exercise, diet, nutrition, mindfulness, cognitive tools and more. Tools explored include exercise and yoga, diet and nutrition, meditation and mindfulness, positive thinking and cognitive tools, building relationships and more.