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The workplace is a key part of improving the health of our community. Most adults spend more of their waking hours at work than anywhere else, making it an important place to promote healthy habits. Workplace culture and environment can influence individual behavior and can help employees up a healthier lifestyle.

Workplace wellness programs having varying approaches, for example lifestyle management programs (improving eating and exercise habits and encouraging tobacco avoidance) and disease management programs (management of chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and emphysema). Employers are encouraged to identify their workplace wellness goals and create a program that works best for them. 

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Workplace Wellness

Workplace wellness programs are one of the best ways to reduce costs and improve employee health. They can range from basic programs containing one or two wellness elements to broad programs that include all five of the components recommended by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Tobacco

Removing tobacco use and exposure in the workplace is the single most impactful step an employer can take to improve employee health and productivity. The Nevada Clean Indoor Air Act banned smoking in all indoor places of employment, with few exceptions. However, there is still more employers can do.

Physical Activity

Being active is important for all of us, and it doesn't require a personal trainer or a costly gym membership. Employers can support their employees being physically active both on and off work time at very little cost. Physical activity, combined with healthy eating, can help employees maintain a healthy weight, and can also help prevent chronic disease.

Nutrition

Very few of us eat as well as we could. There are some simple, cost-free steps employers can take to improve nutrition for their employees. Healthy eating, combined with physical activity, can help employees maintain a healthy weight, and can also help prevent chronic disease.

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Last modified on 04/20/2017