In a culture of health, wellness is intentional, visible, and engages everyone. Employees from all levels find support from peers, in policies, procedures, the work environment, and beyond:
A wellness committee with members from different sectors can plan and deliver a program that is organized, visible, and results driven. Dedicated staff is helpful, but not essential.
Social Support through walking groups, weight management classes, or healthy competitions, can motivate employees to work together to achieve personal health goals, while shifting workplace norms toward a culture of wellness.
Touchpoints from social practices to policies and procedures, show that you value health. Foster wellness through recruitment, rewards, recognition, trainings, communications, and celebrations.
Community Partnerships can link your organization with others who want healthy options for the entire community.