Obesity may be the center of many underlying issues your workplace is facing. With more than 50 years of experience, Weight Watchers can partner with you to change your employees' perspective on weight loss and help them make meaningful and lasting changes to their overall well-being.
Our Beyond the Scale Approach
Weight Watchers® Beyond the Scale program delivers our most personal, holistic approach ever. Our program goes beyond just the numbers on the scale, so your employees can focus on themselves.
We are focused on making healthy choices simple choices. Give your employees a fresh approach to healthy eating that goes beyond calorie counting.
Get employees moving with a simple way to track all their activities, no matter how big or small.
When they feel great, they do great. That’s why we focus on employees’ overall well-being, to make sticking with a weight-loss plan easier.
Connecting our platform to your organization
All the marketing tools you'll need to communicate the information employees need to know in fresh and exciting way.
Special variations of the program that work best for your work environment and type of employees.
An analysis with insightful statistics on participants and results.
Access to a dedicated account manager to help employee enrollment and engagement a success.
Together, we have the opportunity to make Weight Watchers a meaningful benefit in your organization. We seamlessly connect our range of services to your current preventive health strategies and initiatives
Committed to an evidence-based, scientifically proven approach
More effective than do-it-yourself*
More effective than obesity clinic programs in producing 10% weight loss**
More effective for weight loss than physician counseling***
The most cost-effective clinically-proven, nonsurgical weight loss treatment****
*Johnston et al. American Journal of Medicine 2013 45:s217.
**Pinto AM et al. 21 (4): 673–680, 2013.
***Jebb et al., Lancet 2011 Oct 22;378(9801):1485-92.
****Finkelstein et al. Obesity, September 2014, Volume 22, #9, 1942-51