Wellbeing and the Return to the Workplace

Every One. Every Day. Every Way.

Last year we traded commutes for couches and conference rooms for Zooms. Now, the great return to the workplace begins. This means organizations need to learn to support mental health and wellbeing in a transformed world.

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Creating a Culture of Wellbeing in the Workplace

The return to the workplace is taking place against the global backdrop of COVID and other health crises and social issues impacting employers, employees, health plans, and their members. The lines between life at work and life at home have blurred, forcing organizational leaders to recognize the vital role they play in creating healthier, happier employees and human beings, in all areas of life. Employee Wellbeing Month 2021 comes at a critical time and highlights how diverse, inclusive, wellbeing-minded organizations lead to more productive and engaged workforces, create mental health awareness, and drive meaningful change for true health equity.

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Mental health issues—from anxiety and depression to PTSD—are skyrocketing, with 8 in 10 employees reporting that the pandemic has negatively impacted their mental wellbeing.

This year marks thirteen years since Virgin Pulse launched National Employee Wellness Month and this June, it’s more relevant than ever. With mental health issues on the rise and health disparities in the forefront of our minds in the wake of the pandemic, centering your organizational culture around diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and providing your employees with the tools, resources, and support they need to thrive is mission critical. There is no one-size-fits-all solution to health and wellbeing, but with the right approach, organizations can help make health equity a reality in the workplace, in the community, and across the globe.

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Wellbeing for all requires action today.

As we learn more about the impact of social determinants of health on our workforce and as the employer-employee relationship continues to evolve, so must the scope of employee wellbeing. The most successful organizations focus not only on physical wellbeing—they also focus on emotional health to create a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment that supports each employee’s need to develop healthy habits when it comes to sleep, stress management, mindfulness, work-life balance, condition management, financial health, and more.

Join us in supporting the holistic wellbeing of your employees to help each member of your workforce achieve optimal health, this month and beyond.

This annual toolkit includes dozens of resources such as a calendar, flyers, tips, activity ideas, and more to help you support your workforce’s health and happiness throughout the month of June and beyond.

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Webinars + Additional Resources
Posters, Tip Sheets + Flyers
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Activity Guides + Calendars & More

Our Sponsors

Employee Wellbeing Month Powered By:

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2Morrow logo digital behavioral health
Airbo logo virtual benefits fair
Avidon Health logo coaching
Dayzz logo sleep
Allen Carr's Easyway to Stop Smoking Logo tobacco cessation
Enrich logo financial wellbeing
FinFit logo financial wellbeing
Foodsmart logo nutrition
Gympass logo physical fitness
Headspace logo mental health mindfulness
Healthcare Bluebook logo cost transparency
Hello Heart logo cardiovascular health
Helpsy Health logo cancer care
Higi logo biometrics
Hinge Health logo musculoskeletal
Kaia Health logo musculoskeletal
One Drop logo chronic condition management
Ovia Health logo women's and family health
Pack Health logo chronic condition management and coaching
Peerfit logo physical fitness
Quest Diagnostics logo biometrics
Rx Savings Solutions logo medical adherence
EX Program by Truth Initiative logo tobacco cessation
Wellbeats logo digital fitness
Wellness Checkpoint logo health risk assessments
Wellsource logo health risk assessments
Whil logo mental health mindfulness
Workplace Options (WPO) logo coaching and employee assistance programs
Vida Health logo mental health, chronic condition management, physical wellbeing
Zeamo logo digital fitness

What People Are Saying

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I have made many positive changes at home as well. We make healthier choices. We eat a lot of vegetables and use coconut oil to cook with now.
Cristie Rhoades
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Not only have I influenced my family, but now my co-workers are taking the pledge to get into a healthier lifestyle.
Ronnie Guest
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I feel stronger than I have in years and people have noticed. I think my increased fitness and health is even lighting the fire in my family and friends.
Tracy Lemieux-Bartz
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When my family, friends and co-workers ask, how did you do it? I say to them, get rid of the idea of this being a diet. It's a life change.
Daniel Enriquez
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