The Health and Wellness section features valuable information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Healthier Worksite Initiative. The initiative addresses Workforce Health Promotion, a topic that is receiving a lot of attention in workplaces today. Well-constructed and well-run programs can reduce costs to the employer and improve employee health, productivity and morale.
The information provided in this section is designed as a resource for Workforce Health Promotion program planners in all types of organizations. Here you will find information, resources, and step-by-step toolkits to help you improve the health of your employees.
Workforce Health Promotion Topics
The CDC has included some very helpful information, guidelines and resources for planning a healthier workplace including:
- Program Design – Planning and designing a Workplace Health Promotion (WHP) program is essential to ensuring its success. These resources, featuring tools and information about program planning and needs assessments, can help get you started.
- Policies – This section contains basic information about policies that impact health promotion at federal workplaces and explains why they are important to WHP planners.
- Toolkits – Designed specifically for work sites, these toolkits help program planners save time planning, implementing, and evaluating specific WHP programs.