This news release announces 46 area companies, nonprofits, and government entities that have been named “Certified Healthy KC Companies” -- a designation recognizing their efforts in creating a workplace focused on health and wellness. Certification is based on four “pillars” of health including nutrition, physical activity, tobacco cessation, and work/life integration. There are four levels of certification (gold, silver, bronze, and honorable mention) based on a company’s level of achievement across the four pillars. See also the certification application.
This document outlines the chamber's employee benefits, including its metro card and wellness programs.
This document is an interactive health and wellness edition of the chamber's newsletter, Grow KC. It includes articles on workplace wellness, the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid, and the city's hiking and biking trails.
This infographic by the Public Health Institute in partnership with the American Public Health Association illustrates how investing in health -- in both the workplace and community -- reduces health care costs, improves productivity, and makes businesses stronger.
This document announces the chamber's health care program, which is intended to provide members of the business community with the opportunity to learn about how changes in the health care industry could affect their companies, employees and families.