Worksite Wellness Resources
Worksite wellness refers to an organized program or activities that a
worksite may offer to promote healthy lifestyles (e.g., healthy eating,
being physically active, managing stress, quitting tobacco) to employees and
their families. Worksite wellness programs are designed to enrich an
employee's physical, mental, emotional, and occupational well-being.
Email Pam Geis from the Wisconsin
Diabetes Prevention and Control Program for more information and resources.
Interested in receiving a bimonthly newsletter with
resources for worksite wellness coordinators, parish nurses, and others
interested in wellness activities? Sign up for the Working with Diabetes
listserv by sending an email to
Here is a
(PDF, 503 KB) of the Working with Diabetes newsletter.
Worksite Wellness Resource Kit
Toolkit to assist worksites with implementing effective wellness
strategies regardless of the size of their worksite or available resources.
Diabetes At Work (exit DHS)
National Diabetes Education Program
Wellness Council of Wisconsin (exit DHS)
Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) (exit DHS)
Worksite Initiative (exit DHS)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Group Resources (exit DHS)
Resources from the National Business Group on Health
July 23, 2014