• Gain leadership commitment and support
  • Adopt employee health and wellness as an organizational strategy
  • Designate a work group or individual to be responsible for program development, implementation and evaluation
  • Assess employee and organizational needs
  • Create an environment and policies that support healthy lifestyles, examples - time for exercise/physical activity breaks, healthy snacks and beverages offered during meetings/in vending machines, showers, bicycle racks, signs encouraging use of stairs, and breastfeeding-friendly policies
  • Offer a variety of health promotion programs targeted to employee and organizational needs, examples - wellness messages in company communications, healthy lifestyle incentives, walking challenges, wellness coaching, and resources for nutrition, physical activity, weight management and smoking cessation
  • Partner with your insurer to provide health promotion resources
  • Collaborate with community partners to make employees and dependents aware of local healthy eating and active living resources

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