Creating a culture of health in the workplace

Employees with a strong culture of health at work were more likely to report being happy, less likely to report that stress has a negative impact on their work, and less likely to cite the work environment as an obstacle to good health. Conversely, unhealthy workers experience decreased productivity and increased health care expenses, both of which negatively impact your bottom line. How to create a culture of health? You can begin with the Healthier You library, an online resource that offers digital access to timely articles, videos, blogs, and tips developed by Johns Hopkins experts for the healthy woman and for everyone who wants to enjoy healthy aging, a healthy heart, and healthy sleep.

Learn more about the benefits the Healthier You library can bring to your workplace.


Healthy Workforce: Lowering Costs, Improving Safety, Health and Productivity (Business Pulse)
Inadequate Physical Activity and Health Care Expenditures in the United States (ScienceDirect), 2015
The State of Obestiy: Better Policies for a Healthier America 2017 (The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Trust for America’s Health, August 2017)
Making the Business Case: Why do I need an Integrated Approach to Safety and Health? (The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health), December 2015



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