Workplace Health Promotion
On average, Americans working full-time spend more than one-third of their day, five days per week at the workplace. The use of effective workplace programs and policies can reduce health risks and improve the quality of life for American workers. Learn more about workplace health promotion and how to design, implement, and evaluate effective workplace health programs.
Searchable, research-based tools and resources to help employers develop or expand a workplace health promotion program that supports their employees’ physical, mental, emotional, and financial well-being.
A comprehensive approach with interventions that address multiple risk factors and health conditions at the same time. The model recognizes that the interventions and strategies chosen influence each employee and the organization as a whole.
An employer-based training program to improve the health of participating employers and certified trainers, with an emphasis on reducing chronic disease and injury risk and improving worker productivity.
A tool designed to help employers assess if they are implementing science-based health promotion interventions in their worksites to prevent heart disease, stroke, and related health conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, and obesity.
Evidence-based programs, policies, and practices
Current CDC-supported research projects
Facts, statistics, and the Workplace Health in America survey
Recommendations, fact sheets, core elements, health topics, toolkits