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We Partner with Corporates and Employers


For Corporates and Employers
According to the journal Occupational & Environment Medicine, workers on shift schedule were 9% more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those working regular office hours. This article was discussed in Diabetes News, the Official Medical and Industry News Publication of CDE... Read more

For Corporates and Employers
The work environment continues to change, which in several ways increases obesity and subsequently type 2 diabetes... Read more

For Corporates and Employers
Courtesy of the IDF. 1 in 11 of your employees probably has diabetes. Find out more

For Corporates and Employers
Diabetes can have a significant negative impact on employee absenteeism and productivity. This systematic review by Breton et al: Diabetes Care (American Diabetes Association) Volume 36 March 2013, highlights these impacts. Read more

The impact of "non-wellness" is felt not only in personal terms, but also in terms of how it affects the work-place. Employers recognise this challenge, and often embark upon various wellness interventions to try to maximise employee wellness and thereby maximise employee productivity. All too often, these fall short in terms of making the desired difference.

Wellness programmes need to be smart, and they need to be designed in such a way that drives real behaviour (and risk) change. Employees need more than a wellness day, and more than an internet health portal. These are important, but access to real healthcare professionals, with enhanced expertise, is key. The CDE network of healthcare professionals are experts in managing the wellness risks usually associated with diabetes, including obesity, high blood pressure and dyslipidaemia. In addition, these experts provide valuable face to face employee up-skilling on health and wellness issues.

The CDE provides a wellness solution that makes the difference. A solution that takes ALL the steps to ensure ongoing employee health and wellness, and ultimately, improved productivity, and less absenteeism.