Many people spend a large part of their day in the workplace. As
such, there is a great need to consider our health at work.
Worksite wellness programs can lead to positive change for employees and organizations. They have the potential to impact a person's health-related behaviors and decrease the risk of disease. They can decrease healthcare costs and absenteeism and improve productivity, retention, and staff morale.
Examples of worksite wellness strategies include:
Live Well @ Work collaborates with local San Diego businesses to build a culture of health and foster a healthier, happier and more productive workforce. Live Well @ Work programs offer resources and best practices for San Diegans to build better health at work. Programs include breastfeeding-friendly workplaces, diabetes prevention for employers, Eat Well practices, and a NEW Workplace Wellness Accelerator Program.
Find out how well your organization currently supports physical activity, healthy eating, and other wellness efforts using this online assessment. Based on the results, create your company's personalized Healthy Workplace action plan, utilizing provided resources that include strategies, tools, and support.
Our diverse team has a deep understanding of how a workplace's cultural environment impacts the mental health of employees. Along with extensive training in emotional and mental wellness, they are uniquely qualified to help increase positive connections and team cohesion in any workplace.
Prioritizing mental well-being in the workplace: 4 steps to better employee mental health — and how it benefits your business. In it, you’ll get the tips, tools, and education you need to prioritize your employees’ mental health and emotional well-being. After all, healthier employees are more present, productive, and invested which benefits your overall business.
Sharp Weight Management and Health Education's Worksite Wellness Program offers health screenings and management services to employees on-site at convenient times by their experienced health care professionals. They work with your Worksite Wellness Committee to help define your wellness program and plan events that will have the greatest impact on your employees' overall health and well-being.