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Healthier employees are the foundation of a strong business. Whether you’re looking to engage employees and leadership or address specific workplace health issues, you’ll find tools here to help.

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Monthly Health Topics

Monthly e-mails and posters keep healthy living top of mind for your employees year-round.

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COVID-19 – managing stress and anxiety flyer


This flyer provides employees with ways to ease stress and anxiety about coronavirus.

COVID-19 Return to Work Playbook


As COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift, this playbook is meant to offer useful tools for you and your leadership teams to make your workplace as safe as possible and support your employees in the best way possible.

COVID-19 – work from home wellness for employees flyer


This flyer offers employees tips for well-being while working from home.

COVID-19 – work from home wellness for managers flyer


This flyer offers managers tips for well-being while working from home.

COVID-19 – first responder self-care flyer


This flyer provides first responders with tips and resources to help remain resilient during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Build a meal booklet


This booklet makes planning meals easy with mix-and-match ideas for meals that are tasty, healthful, and follow USDA nutrition and portion guidelines. Also available in interactive format.

Build a meal booklet – interactive format


This interactive booklet makes planning meals easy with mix-and-match ideas for meals that are tasty, healthful, and follow USDA nutrition and portion guidelines.

Walking for Workforce Health Toolkit


Making your workspace environment more walk-friendly is fun and easy with the resources in this toolkit that promote the benefits of walking and provide step-by-step instructions on how to develop and implement a comprehensive walking program.

Employee interest survey – walking


Gauge employees’ walking preferences with five easy questions.

Walking log


Help employees walk their way to better health with these four simple steps and a walking log to keep track of progress.