Cities for Workforce Health
Cities for Workforce Health is designed to engage League cities and their employees in building a culture of health and making enhanced health and productivity a reality at the workplace. Take action now by exploring the wealth of resources offered through this initiative.
Why Your City Should Care
A healthy, productive workforce is vital to your city’s success. When you improve employee health and safety, you’ll see impressive results: Fewer sick days. Lower employee turnover. A better safety record. Other improvements can be less obvious but even more important: Better focus. Higher performance. A positive work attitude. Together, these changes add up to a powerful business advantage.
KP’s Workforce Health Resource Center: Find a rich set of resources to implement a workforce health program for your city.
Keenan Well website: Designed to provide employers with information and tools to help support their wellness program initiatives.
HEAL Cities Campaign: Provides training and technical assistance to help city officials adopt policies that improve their communities’ physical activity and retail food environments.
Healthy Employees, Healthy Business: Download your free copy of this e-book to get practical guidance and information on implementing an effective wellness program.
Overview of CWH - March 20 To register for this webinar contact Mike Egan at email@example.com.
Participation & Incentives - April 17
Safety / Occupational Health - June 19
Policy & Environment - September 18
Labor / Union Engagement - October 16
Workforce Health Consultation and Grants
As part of the Cities for Workforce Health initiative, up to five California cities will be selected to receive one-on-one workforce health consultation and a $5,000 credit towards wellness programming. More details will be available later in 2014.
What it is
The League of California Cities, in partnership with Kaiser Permanente, Keenan & Associates, Inc. and the Healthy Eating Active Living Cities Campaign, is launching Cities for Workforce Health, an initiative to support California cities in improving the health of its employees.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please contact Danielle Keenan at (877) 686-7212.