The WorkWell KS recognition program has launched and the first round of criteria are ready for everyone to view.   We will be recognizing worksites that have established a foundation for worksite wellness and have implemented strategies to address healthy food and tobacco.  Worksites that qualify will have the opportunity to choose from a number of items that support a healthy worksite environment. 


Act fast!  As we continue this work, we hope to be able to offer additional recognition opportunities to Kansas worksites. This first round of recognition and the corresponding criteria are relatively basic.  Should the program continue, the criteria will likely increase in difficulty. 


HURRY! We have large amount of recognition items available through the end of 2015

OUR GOAL  is to recognize dozens of worksites through the remainder of 2015

EACH WORKSITE  can receive up to 3 recognition items if they meet the criteria for building a foundation, healthy foods and tobacco.


Check the below criteria to see if your worksite qualifies and what items are available.

Please Contact WWKS Coordinator, Aubrey Wiechman, if you are in need of assistance or have any questions.
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Spot the Salt

Hear from the Health ICT group in Wichita about Spot the Salt, a campaign that focuses on sodium reduction at the workplace. Learn about the impact consuming too much salt can have on employee health and ways to combat this at the worksite and what resources are available to employers.

Monday, November 30 from 12:00PM - 1:00PM

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Give Us a Shout
We would love to feature your worksite or group in our next WorkWell KS newsletter. Contact us to share what you are doing to support health and wellness.  Do you have an amazing success story? Have you overcome a big barrier? Are you doing something really fun or innovative?  Send your stories our way. 
We can all learn a lot from one and other.  It is also energizing to hear about the work of others.  This is an opportunity to highlight your worksite, your wellness committee and your efforts. 

Aubrey Wiechman

"Engaging Leaders and Business
 in Kansas to Support Health and 
Healthy Worksites"

Good Health is Good Business