Week 1 – January 9th, 2024 Theme: Infographic with 8 Tips to Avoid Decision Fatigue

Did you know employees are 6 times more engaged in their work when they focus on their strengths, and that enjoying healthy snacks during the work day increases your ability to make good decisions. Learn more quick and easy ways to reduce the stress of decision making at work by using this infographic: https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/tips-to-avoid-decision-fatigue

Week 2 – January 16th, 2024 Theme: Workplace Health Model

Fostering a healthy workplace and workforce leads to reduced insurance premiums, workers compensation claims, unplanned sick days and unexpected turn over. The CDC provides an assessment, process and template for a Workplace Health Plan at this link to get you started: https://www.cdc.gov/workplacehealthpromotion/model/index.html

Week 3 – January 23rd, 2024 Theme: 10 great examples of workplace wellness programs

Helping your employees develop and keep healthy habits is directly correlated to being able to recruit and retain talented staff. Whether you are a larger center with bandwidth for formal wellness programs or a small center who can focus on just a few, simple things, this resource will give you ideas to help you develop wellness programs that work for your center: https://risepeople.com/blog/workplace-wellness-programs/

Week 4 – January 30th, 2024 Theme: Workplace Health Strategies

In order for any Workplace Health Plan to work, your staff have to buy-in to using it. It has to be beneficial to them, and they should receive motiving messages about it early and often. Those messages also need to be tailored to the type of program you are offering. This CDC resource describes how to promote workplace health programs, and offers clickable strategies based on the subject matter of the program(s) you have implemented. https://www.cdc.gov/workplacehealthpromotion/health-strategies/index.html