A healthy, productive workforce is vital to your city’s success. When you improve employee health, cities will see valuable results such a fewer sick days, lower employee turnover, higher performance, and a positive work attitude. Together, these changes can add up to a powerful business advantage for your city.
2014 Program Details
The Cities for Workforce Health (CWH) League Partners program provides access to no cost resources and tools that will help cities engage their workforce and implement effective workforce health programming.
Visit the Cities for Workforce Health
page for links to online resources, past webinars and handouts, and streaming videos. Also available is a list of upcoming no cost webinars, dates, and information on how to participate.
Upcoming Webinar Dates
March 20: Overview of CWH Online Resources:
April: Employee Wellness Participation and Incentives
June: Safety & Occupational Health
September: Healthy Policies & Environments:
October: Labor & Union Engagement in Wellness:
In 2013, the cities of Belmont, La Mesa, Lodi, Rancho Cucamonga and South San Francisco each received Cities for Workforce Health grants for their employee health promotion programs. This year up to five California cities will be selected to receive one-on-one workforce health consultation and a $5,000 credit towards wellness programming. Additional details will be available in summer 2014.