Programs for workplace health and well-being often have numerous components or areas of concentration. What your program will emphasize will rely on the precise requirements of your particular workplace. Keep in mind that programs that cover a broad range of topics or interests tend to be the most effective (and yield the best returns on investment). Here is a list of some of the more typical topics that are usually covered. Your workplace will have different demands, and different ways to meet those needs. 1. Requests or proposals for workplace health and wellness programs are made by employees. 2. The actual working environment. a) Promoting healthy living: Eating well Being active promoting quitting smoking Organization of the workplace and stress b) Work-Life Balance management of time Work-life harmony d) The Workplace provide resources or assistance with programs for healthy eating, active living, etc. a secure work environment removing psychological danger signals policy for preventing violence (includes harassment and bullying) unbiased hiring procedures When necessary, counseling services are accessible (e.g. professional counsellor) Management Techniques Sessions on communication and knowledge of issues relating to one's own health, etc. training in time management, work/life balance, and stress management. Employee involvement in choices that affect them (e.g., job analysis, new expansions, developments, etc.). procedures for rewarding employees and enhancing job satisfaction. assistance for carrying out duties (e.g., on-the job training, training programs, work instructions, etc.). Employees who prefer to exercise before, after, or during work hours can do so with the help of flexible hours. Financial support (for instance, for leisure pursuits, employee assistance programs (EAPs), and health examinations).
What kinds of administrative data can be utilized to track program outcomes, for instance?
Absenteeism rate The expense of absence tempo of change Group insurance costs (prescription drugs, dental, etc.) accidents and incidents How many activities or events were held last year? taking part in program activities Adapting actions or attitudes to adopt healthier routines number of promotions per employee each year Return to work after illness or injury Annual cost for employee assistance programs % of employee proposals that are really taken up"""