This online toolkit helps employers assess the impact of diabetes in the workplace and find resources for worksite education programs to prevent and control diabetes. It is a collaborative effort from the National Diabetes Education Program, National Business Group on Health, National Business Coalition on Health, and America's Health Insurance Plans.
This toolkit from the Federal Workplace Health Collaborative features a section specifically for employers that lists websites for various worksite wellness topics, from ergonomics to flu prevention to workplace safety.
This toolkit from the National Business Coalition on Health provides an overview of Health Risk Appraisals (HRAs) and offers guidance to employers in the selection and use of an HRA tool.
This toolkit from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that hospitals influence community norms by adopting model policies and practices that promote the health of employees and patrons.
This toolkit, developed by the National Alliance for Nutrition and Activity, is for anyone who holds meetings and conferences. It addresses four topic areas (nutrition, physical activity, tobacco-free and sustainability), each of which is set up in a two-tiered system: Standard Healthy Meeting and Superior Healthy Meeting.
This toolkit from the National Business Group on Health includes a sample policy for supporting breastfeeding employees and a timeline for implementing a lactation support program.
This toolkit from the Partnership for Prevention provides case studies of employers who have adopted strategies to support health initiatives.
This handbook for participants in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Healthy Worksite Program may be helpful to anyone who is establishing or enhancing a worksite wellness program.
This toolkit provides guidance to nursing mothers, their employers and their families. The Employers section explains the basic needs of employees, common sense solutions, resources and FAQs. A Checklist for Employers is included to help supervisors plan for employee requests for lactation accommodations.
This toolkit from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides employers with simple steps for implementing the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.