Wellness Plan Essay

1583 Words Oct 6th, 2015 7 Pages
Developing an Organizational Employee Wellness Plan

Sample Outline

This outline is intended to be a starting point to guide state agencies in developing their own agency-specific wellness plan. The provided outline addresses specific points to consider in developing the agency plan, but each agency will need to add additional content to define adequately what and how each activity will be implemented in the agency. While the outline is presented in this format for ease of reading and brevity, a more narrative format is recommended to serve as the actual agency wellness plan.

Additionally in some sections, such as Program Objectives and Program Content, the outline provides suggested objectives or program content for agencies to
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3. By the end of FY , % of employees returning surveys will report that they have participated in at least one wellness activity.

4. By the end of FY , at least % of employees who have participated in “Awareness” activities will report that the activities increase their knowledge about healthy lifestyle behaviors.

5. By the end of FY , at least % of employees who have participated in “Awareness” activities will report that the activities increase their motivation to adopt healthy lifestyle behaviors.

6. By the end of FY , at least % of employees who regularly participated in “Lifestyle Change” activities will report that they maintained the activity for at least 3 months.

7. By the end of FY , at least % of employees will report that they meet current physical activity recommendations (At least 30 minutes per day of moderate to vigorous physical activity on 5 days of the week).

8. By the end of FY , at least % of employees will report that they eat fruits and vegetables 5 or more times per day.

9. By the end of FY , the proportion of employees who smoke will be reduced by %.

10. By the end of FY , at least % of employees will report that they know their systolic and diastolic blood pressure.

11. By the end of FY , at least % of employees will report that they know their total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol levels.

12. By the end of FY , at least % of employees will report that the stress management programs and

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