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During this week, employers across the country are encouraged to invest in the health of their employees by creating worksite health promotion programs, or by sharing their worksite wellness experiences with other employers.
Thus, if we create effective worksite health promotion programs for community college employees, there is a built-in system for disseminating proven programs.
This increased prevalence may be due to adverse self-selection, which has been observed in other voluntary worksite health promotion programs, and suggests that relatively unhealthy individuals tend to be more likely to participate in voluntary wellness programs than healthier coworkers.
Through ArlenGroup, the Consortium is considering initiatives that include jointly investing in worksite health promotion programs and more efficiently managing international benefit consulting and procurement needs.
Employers who invest in worksite health promotion programs can see a return of $3-$6 for every dollar invested over a 2-5 year period.
As defined by Healthy People 2010, a comprehensive worksite health promotion program contains five elements: health education which focuses on skill development, behavior change, awareness building, and information dissemination; supportive social and physical environments; integration of the worksite program into the organization's structure; linkage to related programs for employees; and offering worksite screening programs to ensure follow-up and appropriate treatment as necessary.
Healthcare costs are a major expense now for all businesses, but worksite health promotion programs can help to reduce these costs.
Using theory to understand the multiple determinants of low participation in worksite health promotion programs.