Here you will be able to access the survey data and documentation for the 2017 Workplace Health in America survey. The documentation provides technical and statistical information regarding the Workplace Health in America survey, such as sample information, survey questionnaire, and more.
Public use data files include de-identified data from all worksites included in the final sample. There is also a guidance document and codebook for using the public use data files.
What is contained in each file version of the survey?
- Worksite size.
- Industry group and region.
- All survey question responses.
- Weighting and variance estimation variables.
Workplace Health in America Codebook pdf icon[PDF – 1 MB]
Codebook for the files showing variable name, raw frequency, and percent of unweighted values for all survey questions for the data set.
Workplace Health in America Survey Instrument pdf icon[PDF – 406 KB]
Developed by CDC staff and a survey development group of national experts. Divided into core questions and a supplemental module.
Workplace Health in America Guidance for Use of Data Files pdf icon[PDF – 181 KB]
Describes sample stratification, estimate variance, analysis weights, suppression criteria, and how to access the data based on software of choice.
Workplace Health in America Survey Glossary of Terms pdf icon[PDF – 97 KB]
Key terms, concepts, and definitions used in the Workplace Health in America Survey to provide clarity and better understanding of the questions for respondents.
The 2017 Workplace Health in America survey contains 2,843 records. The data files are provided in SAS and ASCII format.
December 20, 2018
- This file is an SAS Ver. 8+ Data File. The file contains all of the corresponding survey data.
December 20, 2018
- This file is an ASCII “~” delimited file with all of the corresponding survey data.
Please note: the first row of the data contains all the corresponding variable names. The “~” is used to delimit the file to preclude the possibility that a “,” may exist within an open-ended response variable which might have caused issues when trying to import the data into your software of choice.