Most adults spend many waking hours at work, and nearly half of Massachusetts adults aged 35+ have diabetes, heart disease, stroke, asthma, or are obese.1
Worksite wellness initiatives are a great way to support healthy behaviors. Worksite wellness is any workplace activity or organization-wide policy designed to support healthy behaviors and improve health outcomes while at work. Programs and policies can be customized to the needs of a worksite, and may include regular physical activity, healthy eating, tobacco cessation and stress management.
Most importantly, worksite wellness initiatives help both employers and their staff.
To learn more about worksite wellness, its benefits to your workplace and the tools Working on Wellness offers, check out the informational webinar below.
1. Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 3 year aggregate, Calendar Years 2011, 2012, & 2014