healthy workplace

healthy workplace

A UK term for a work environment which has minimised various risk factors to the workers and which fosters healthy behaviours—e.g., provides counseling for smoking cessation, vending machines without sugary drinks, encourages use of bicycles.
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Having a healthy workplace is important because it leads to effectiveness and good performance, which necessarily depend on the well-being of the employees and their mental health.
The program is claimed to allow a healthy workplace and encourage healthy lifestyles for both employees and families.
In a small-business context, a healthy workplace may be one that operates as a well-oiled machine; where employees like being at work and feel part of a positive team that shares common, worthy goals.
Synopsis: The psychologically healthy workplace has received much public attention in recent years.
We need to prevent this to happen, if we want to promote healthy workplace environment.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 16, 2015-American Psychological honors organizations at Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards ceremony
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-March 16, 2015-American Psychological honors organizations at Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards ceremony
The 'Working Well: A Global Survey of Health Promotion and Workplace Wellness Strategies' survey, conducted by Buck Consultants at Xerox, with lead sponsorship by Cigna and the Global Healthy Workplace Awards, found that employers' views of wellness have evolved over the last seven years.
Three structures have been identified by these authors as crucial entities necessary for a healthy workplace.
celebrated National Public Health Week with activities that highlighted the benefits of public health and focused on healthy and safe homes, a healthy workplace, motor vehicle safety and the importance of regular exercise.
The company scooped the Simplyhealth Healthy Workplace award, which recognises the contribution firms make to the welfare of its staff.
Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of health promotion activities targeting physical activity, healthy eating, smoking and stress management as a part of healthy workplace initiative at North Kirklees Primary Care Trust, England.