Healthier Together Workplaces Program
Together, we can decrease financial costs, improve employee physical and psychological health & safety, and enhance corporate social responsibility.
Just as workplace safety programs have protected workers from injury, effective workplace health programs reduce health risks and improve quality of life for the roughly 2.5 million Alberta workers. On average Albertans spend 35 hours per week at work, this means that for almost half (44%) of our waking hours our working environment is influencing the choices we make around our health.
The Healthier Together Workplaces Program offers you a step by step process with easy to use tools and resources to promote employee health and well-being.
Looking for ideas to begin implementing health initiatives in your workplace? Access the Healthier Together Workplaces Toolkits to get started.
Get recognized by AHS for being a healthy workplace. This program will guide you through the steps needed to build a workplace environment that promotes employee health and wellbeing.
Connect, share knowledge and experiences with peers and access tools and resources to create a healthy and productive workplace. Come have a look!
What do you stand to save?
This calculator uses the most up to date averages and anticipates a 20% decrease in absenteeism, presenteeism and turnover. Just input the number of employees your workplace has to see your potential total savings.
"It’s important for employees to be happy, to be healthy, and to feel socially supported at work. So these programs are absolutely needed…"
"I don’t think anybody’s ever starting from scratch. I think there’s always little bits and pieces that you’re doing that would be either a good start or a good middle to a wellness program, and contributing to a healthy workplace"
"We’re a small company as well – we have about 80 people here… when I started talking about health, and how our company cares about you, wants to get you better, [employees] felt like more a part of something and they wanted to do better."