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Workplace Wellness Resources

Resources helpful in building a workplace wellness and well-being program


Workplace Wellness

A well-rounded employee wellness program can help your employees THRIVE.  ASE has curated resources helpful in establishing or enhancing your workplace wellness program.  The five main components of a well-rounded wellness and well-being program include:

  • Physical
  • Social
  • Emotional
  • Financial
  • Environmental

There are three main types of wellness programs:   

  • Participatory wellness programs, which are generally available without regard to an individual’s health status and do not offer any reward based on satisfying a health-related standard.
  • Activity-only wellness programs, which require an individual to perform or complete a health-related activity to obtain a reward.
  • Outcome-based wellness programs, which require an individual to attain or maintain a specific health outcome in order to obtain a reward.

When part of an employer sponsored group health plan, wellness programs are subject to certain federal requirements

For tips on starting a wellness program in your organization, download this Getting Your Program Started tip sheet:

 

Mental Health Resources

Download a Mental Health Toolkit from Mental Health America.

Mental Heath Toolkit

Download a "Mental Health at Work: What Can I Do?” poster from the Office of Disability Employment Policy and the U.S. Department of Labor.

Mental Health at Work: What Can I Do Poster

The state of Michigan and MDHHS offer many resources for both employers and employees dealing with mental health issues.

Michigan Mental Health Resources

Michigan StayWell Counseling

Michigan StayWell Cultivating Joy and Other Video Resources

MDHHS - For Adults Recovering From the Emotional Toll of The COVID-19 Disaster

The following resources from Ulliance are helpful in building resiliency in your workforce:

6 Tips to Gain More Resiliency

TLC for Returning to Work and Life

Emotional Recovery - A Path Forward

 

Health & Wellness Resources

ASE has partnered with the following organizations to offer health & wellness resources and training to ASE members at a reduced rate.

BurnAlong

ASE members have access to a 5% discount to BurnAlong for employee wellness programming. BurnAlong features thousands of on-demand and live streaming classes covering fitness, mental health, and financial wellness. Employees also receive social support with free sub-accounts for family members and the ability to take classes live with family or colleagues. 

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Mastery Training Services

Mastery Training Services helps organizations grow and thrive with their comprehensive workplace training systems and services. They offer several health and wellness courses.  ASE members receive preferred pricing.

Visit Mastery Training Services

 

Salta Direct Primary Care

Salta Direct Primary CareASE has partnered with SALTA Direct Primary Care for individuals and employers who are interested in better access and care to primary care for the ones they love the most. They offer 3 locations in Clarkston, Auburn Hills, and Troy along with 24/7 access via phone or virtual care. They offer affordable, accessible, and exceptional primary care.  ASE members save $1 per month per employee.

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Helpful Articles & Blogs

Congress Being Urged by Employers to Take Action on Mental Health

Employee Mental Health Remains Low

Employee Well-Being is Shaky as Organizations Struggle to Quell Anxiety, Fear, and Uncertainty

Take a Vacation - It Could Save Your Life

HR Plays an Important Role in Mental Health

Join the 5-Day Anti-Burnout Challenge

Mindfulness - A Key Skill in 2022

The Effects of Employee Burnout

Workforce Mental Health is One of HR’s Top Priorities for 2022

The Importance of Mindfulness

Are You Resting Effectively?

How to Create Return to Work Excitement

The Bright Side of the Pandemic

How to Support Anxious Employees

Employees Fear the Stigma Behind Mental Health Issues

Zoom Fatigue is Real - Learn How to Avoid It

How to Boost Employee Well-Being in an Age of Uncertainty

Employee Wellbeing a Top Priority for Businesses

Virtual Communication – Ways to Keep the Virtual Door Open

COVID-19 Accelerates Workplace Wellness Trends 

Low-cost Ideas for Workplace Wellness Initiatives

Why Google, Target, and General Mills Are Investing in Mindfulness

Survey Identifies the Impact of Employee Financial Stress on the Workplace

Feeling Stressed? Try These Natural Remedies

Number of People Reporting Anxiety and Depression Nationwide Since Start of Pandemic Hits All-Time High

Are You at Your Surge Capacity?

Are You Mentally Tough?

 

Are you an ASE member with a wellness service or resource that would be helpful to other ASE members?  Let us know. Please email [email protected]

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