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  1. Education – This is generally sought after byemployees outside of work in the form of classes, lectures,podcasts etc.
  2. Social Community Building by the Employee –This is a grassroots initiative created by employees that createsmore social relationships at work and thus a better workenvironment.
  3. Social Community Building by theEmployer – A member of the organization takesownership of social community and arranges events and otherengagement initiatives.
  4. Preventative Care Program (Lite) – Employerscan get their health insurance providers to perform healthassessments and preventative screenings.
  5. Healthy Habit Development (Lite) –Organization-led programs in the workplace that encourage healthiereating, more activity, tracking personal mental and physicalhealth, and enjoying restoration.
  6. Healthy Habit Development (Enhanced) –Building on the previous program, this would enhance leadership inphysical activity such as building an in-house gym, healthier mealsin the cafeteria, outdoor space, more natural light etc.
  7. Preventative Care Program (Enhanced) – Thiswould partner healthcare providers and leadership in an effort toreduce illness and disease in the workplace.
  8. Disease Management – In this case leadershipwould make investments in in-house medical clinics and occupationalhealth programs in order to serve sick workers, or those that havebeen injured and need assistance.

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