Why Workplace Wellness?
Increasing evidence supports the need for workplace wellness programs, and more companies than ever are implementing health and wellness strategies to reduce injuries, health care costs and long-term disability. With additional benefits such as reduced absenteeism, higher productivity, reduced use of health care benefits and increased morale and loyalty, it’s not surprising more and more employers are choosing to implement workplace wellness programs within their companies.
Save the Date for the 2019 Working Well Conference
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- I’m Rolling in Resources! – resources for employers made possible by the Think Tank attendees and planning committee. Last update: February, 2019. If you would like to be alerted each time this resources is updated, email Shelley Rich.
- Healthy Bites, Healthy Worksites -a resource guide for implementing healthy eating in the workplace.
- Healthier Catering Made Easier – a resource developed by the Healthy Eating committee to assist with ordering food for meetings at your worksite.
- Work Well, Live Well – a resource guide for encouraging physical activity in the workplace