Workplace Health and Wellbeing

How to Get Your Workplace Health Program Underway

No two organisations are the same, so there is no reason for two workplace health programs to be the same either. Regardless of the goals of your program, taking the plunge is easier if you know you can tap into a pool of resources to help you every step of the way. Here, at Healthier. Happier. Workplaces, we have put together just that. From getting a health and wellbeing initiative off the ground to dealing with common challenges, we have compiled resources and tools designed to address specific problems you may face when running workplace health programs. If you can’t find what you are looking for, be sure to let us know.

Small wins >> Develop your program >>
If you’ve been putting off starting a workplace health and wellbeing program, don’t give up until you have tried some of our easy ideas.

Read on to discover simple activities which contribute to your employee wellbeing without putting a strain on your time or resources. These can be started right away and give you a taste for what a health and wellbeing program includes and the benefits. Try one or two of these ideas and see the results for yourself before committing to a bigger program. Remember every step counts.

Small wins >>

Developing a comprehensive workplace health program is no small step. There are several moving parts and it can be difficult to know where to start.

Our best practice framework – called Five Steps to Workplace Health and Wellbeing – gives you a headstart and covers everything you need to know to get your health and wellbeing program off the ground. Access ready-to-use templates, interactive policy documents and more to turn the difficult into doable.

Launching big >>

Need inspiration? >> Queensland organisations share their experiences with workplace health and wellbeing programs. Check out their success stories and case studies.
Please note: this initiative was previously known as Workplaces for Wellness. For a short period, many resources will still refer to Workplaces for Wellness.