Workplace nutrition programs play an integral role in supporting employee health. Full-time working adults spend about 50% of their waking hours at work, and are likely to eat at least one or more meals and/or snacks per day in the workplace. Providing and promoting healthy food choices in cafeterias, vending machines, and at business functions can help to build a supportive foods made available at the workplace. More importantly, not doing so can sabotage the health improvement and weight management activities and efforts already in place.
Seven Ways to Refresh Your Healthy Dining Program
Presents actionable ways organizations can encourage employees to make smarter food choices and support a healthy diet.
Practical Playbook: Managing Overweight & Obesity
This resource offers recommendations on creating a comprehensive benefits package to treat obesity, including behavior-based interventions and pharmacological and surgical treatment.
Mindful Eating: Food For Thought
Provides an overview on the practice of mindfulness and mindful eating and how to incorporate the practice into daily living as well as in the corporate setting.
Workforce Strategy 2018
Our annual conference is the best source of leading-edge content, high powered networking and up-to-the-minute sharing of new ideas and best practices for large employers focused on well-being, productivity and workforce strategy.
Institute on Innovation in Workforce Well-being
The Institute work focuses on increasing employee engagement in their health and reducing lifestyle-related risk factors and costs.
Plan Design Network Discussion
Network and exchange information on designing workforce well-being programs.
Helping employees maintain or improve their physical health is important to employers for several reasons.
Press Release: 48 U.S. Employers With 2017 Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles® Awards
Employers are honored for having the best workforce well-being programs in the nation.