HCA250 Health Promotion Program Week 3

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Running head: HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAM 1 Health Promotion Program Carrie Schmader HCA/250 08/14/2011 Gary Jouett
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HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAM 2 Health Promotion Program The health promotion program that has been designed for the company Mainly Mills employing approximately 350 people. This program will include warehouse workers and office personal. The employee’s ages range from 18 to 65 years of age. About 5% of the workers in the warehouse are men. There is about 50% of the workforce are the ages between 20 and 30. Most of the employees have graduated with a high school diploma or a GED. About 10% of the employees have a college education. A full time worker at the mill make’s 21 to 34 thousand dollars a year. The entire employee’s at Mainly Mills speaks English, so there is no reason to have a language assistance program for the workers. The purpose for this program is to increase the physical and psychological well-being. The name of the program is going to be called Stress Relieve and Teamwork (SR & T). 1. To get the employees to participate in stress reducing activities. 2. All employees will use team work to reduce stress at home and in the workplace. 3. All employees mental well-being and their physical well-being will be better. 4. Reduce the absenteeism and time lost while improving workers morale. To get this all started I will need the support from the senior-level management. Getting the approval from the senior management is very critical, to have the success of any workplace wellness program. Everyone in management has to understand the benefits from the program for everyone involved, such as employees, staff, the corporation.” Most people spend more awake hours at work than anywhere else, on average 50 hours a week, so it’s up to employers to take aggressive action towards implementing workplace wellness programs”(Wellness Proposals, 2006-2009). With describing what other businesses are using for wellness programs. Also
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