Information Session | June 14 | 10-11:30 a.m. | 150 University Hall
Cori Evans; Trish Ratto, Be Well at Work - Wellness Program
Audit and Advisory Services
The average US worker spends more time working than sleeping (Bureau of Labor Statistics) and eating more than half their meals on the job than at home. For many of us, this means our health, and our ability to manage our health, are largely influenced by the workplace culture and environment. This interactive session will explore how creating a culture of wellness at work can improve energy, morale, job satisfaction, performance, and the health and well-being of faculty and staff. The departments culture largely shaped by values and social norms, supervision styles, and communications as well as the physical environment, can all be shaped to cultivate a healthier workplace for all. Learn how to empower your inner change agent and be part of the wellness culture movement!
Open to all faculty and staff with managers especially encouraged to participate.
Course Code BEAUD006-170614. Contact person: Register using the UC Learning Center