Employee health can take a leap forward at the workplace. Improved employee health benefits both the employees and the employers (though lower health care costs). With limited budgets, you can still get a lot of great information out to your employees. Use these no-cost weekly newsletters to improve your employee health and wellness programs. Just sign yourself up (using the links below) and feel free to forward the e-mails as much as you like. This way you get some fresh content each week that is written by experts with articles that are medically reviewed by About.com's medical board.
Every Monday you will receive a newsletter focused on one health change for the week. This newsletter covers everything from healthy eating to stress reduction and would be a great addition to any employee health or worksite wellness program. Just sign yourself up and forward the e-mail when it comes on Monday morning.
Longevity is a hot topic. Whether your employee are young or old, longevity is about living better and living longer -- who can argue with that. Use this newsletter in your employee health program to help people understand how their choices and behaviors impact both their long-term health and how they feel each day.
Stress is everyone's number 1 issue. There are tons of great stress reduction techniques -- but who has the time to learn about them. That's where the stress reduction newsletter fits in. Forward this newsletter to all employees to help improve health through reducing stress.
Back and neck pain are extremely costly, work-related problems. Many people suffer from some type of back or neck pain. These conditions can be so severe that they effect employee's ability to perform well on the job. Use this newsletter to give employees great ideas and tips about how to manage back and neck pain. Just forward it to all employees each week after you sign up using the link above.
With 70% of the country overweight, weight loss needs to be part of any employee health program. This newsletter will give you and your employees (remember that you can forward any of these newsletters as much as you want) the latest news, information and tips on weight loss.
Walking has become one of the most popular activities for employee health programs. Because walking can be done at the workplace without having to change clothes, walking programs can be very effective. Use this newsletter to get your employees excited about walking and give ideas about how to keep motivated.
There is so much misinformation out there about nutrition and healthy eating. This newsletter will guide your employees through the myths and help them understand what healthy eating is really all about.
Employee health depends on good ergonomics. Keep up with industry standards, new products and more with this weekly newsletter. Forward it to your HR department or send it out to all employees.
Diabetes is one of the fastest growing (and most costly) health conditions in the U.S. Your worksite wellness program needs to be sure to have resources available for any employees that are diabetic or pre-diabetic. Use this newsletter to get them what they need.
Smoking is perhaps the most costly behavior for an employee health program. Smoking cessation is a difficult process that requires good support. Use this newsletter to encourage any employees to quit smoking and providing them with third party support (like a forum) to help increase their success.