Montana Worksite Wellness

Worksites can take steps recommended by the CDC to prevent the spread of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the workplace. Steps can also be taken individually and throughout the workplace to manage stress and anxiety at this time. 

Worksite Wellness: Transform corporate culture and change lives

Worksite wellness programs and policies have a substantial impact on health care costs, absenteeism, workers compensation costs, and productivity. 

Healthy Employees

Healthy Employees: Miss fewer days of work, are more productive, and have lower overall healthcare costs

Miss fewer days of work.
Are more productive.
Have lower overall healthcare costs.

 To promote model worksite wellness programs in our state, there is a collaborative effort between the Cancer Control Program, Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program (MTUPP), Nutrition and Physical Activity Program (NAPA), Arthritis Program, Diabetes Program, Disability and Health, and the Montana School Health Program. If you are interested in finding out more on how to build or strengthen the worksite wellness program at your worksite please visit our Regional Contractors page.