The Healthy Business Challenge was designed to not only give Loudoun County businesses the opportunity to be recognized for their wellness efforts, but to provide new ideas for healthy change and guidance to those looking for some inspiration. This resource guide will help you to complete the Healthy Business Challenge Scorecard to your best ability. See also the explanation of the Scoring System and Q&A’s about Health and Wellness Businesses Initiatives.
This document outlines the scoring system for the 2016 Healthy Business Challenge. Businesses will be scored by company size. The Healthy Business Challenge was designed to not only give Loudoun County businesses the opportunity to be recognized for their wellness efforts, but to provide new ideas for healthy change and guidance to those looking for some inspiration. See also the Resource Guide and Q&A’s about Health and Wellness Businesses Initiatives.
This document provides answers to questions related to health and wellness business initiatives. It addresses topics such as the benefits of a workplace wellness program, describes different types of programs, and offers ideas about how to keep program costs at a minimum. See also the Loudoun County’s Healthy Business Challenge Resource Guide and Scoring System.
Greater Spokane Incorporated, in partnership with the Journal of Business, will present the 2016 Health Care Forum. Industry leaders whose companies are driving innovation, changing the way we do business and stimulating economic growth for our region will share insights on the industry's progression and outlooks for the future.
The KC Chamber's Healthy KC project is accomplishing goals that will make Greater Kansas City a destination for health and wellness. This newsletter addresses tobacco use cessation and prevention, behavioral health, workplace wellness, active living, and healthy eating.
The Workplace Wellness Action Team of Healthy KC invites you to the first of a series of quarterly networking forums on topics related to the Workplace Wellness Application. We'll lead off with Work-Life Integration, a session sponsored by CBIZ and featuring a panel of certified businesses including Nabholz Construction, Mosaic, and A.B. May. There is no cost to attend but please register online in advance as space is limited. For more information on Workplace Wellness, visit this website.
The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce is urging cities in Greater Kansas City to raise the age of sale of tobacco products from 18 to 21. The Chamber started this petition with a single signature, and now has 369 supporters.
Your Chamber @ Work is the Greater Kansas City Chamber’s e-newsletter, providing members with the latest news and links to upcoming events. This issue raises awareness about the Tobacco 21 | KC program, which is an effort to get tobacco out of the hands of teenagers and youth by raising the age of sale of tobacco products from 18 to 21.
This news release announces Tobacco 21 | KC, an effort being launched by Healthy KC to raise the age of sale of tobacco products from 18 to 21.
This document provides information about the problem of youth smoking in Greater Kansas City and the impact on health and business. Healthy KC proposes to increase the minimum age of sale and purchase of tobacco products, e‐cigarettes, vapor products and paraphernalia to 21.