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Workplace health and well-being programs typically have many elements or areas of focus. What your program will focus on will depend on the exact needs of your unique workplace itself. Remember that programs are typically most effective (and see the better return on investment results) when they address a wide range of issues or interests.
Here is a sample of the more common aspects that are typically addressed. What aspects your workplace needs, and how your workplace addresses these needs will vary.
1. Employees express a need or suggestions for workplace health and wellness programs.
2. Workplace Environment itself.
a) Supporting healthy living:
b) Work/Life Balance
c) Work Environment
d) Management Practices
Add a badge to your website or intranet so your workers can quickly find answers to their health and safety questions.
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