We are your non-profit workplace health and performance association. We support workplace health practitioners and employers to build healthy, high performing work cultures. We empower and guide our members with simple, evidence-informed, cost-effective education, resources, consulting and certifications. We also advocate for the profound impact well-being has on performance.
Cost-effective partner memberships and certifications are available for students, practitioners, providers, and employers.
Workplace Health Practitioners
We are the only association in Canada that supports and advocates for workplace health and wellness practitioners. Our memberships give you access to all of the tools, resources, education, and connection you need to go about building healthy, high performing work cultures. Three individual certifications are available for those with varying levels of experience and education. Using an innovative platform, we recognize your existing competencies and guide you through an online, asynchronous, simple-to-use assessment and validation process that gives you tailored feedback from an expert each week giving you recognition as a Certified Workplace Health and Performance Ambassador, Practitioner or Expert.
Employer Memberships and Certifications
Workplace memberships and certifications are also available to meet you where you are. We can help assess, transform and recognize you as an employer of choice. Get connected to an expert to conduct an audit, assessment and get treated to a strategy session that will get you measurable results. On the way, get certified and gain wide-spread exposure of your accomplishments. Then receive ongoing support to bolster both employee well-being and organizational performance.
Healthy people and healthy cultures lead to better employee performance, better organizational image, happier customers and higher revenue.
Canada ranks 13th in the world in productivity (OPEC, 2019). Luxembourg on the other hand, heavily invests in workplace health and ranks number one.
Just a 1% reduction in health risk factors can save the Canadian economy $107.5 billion by 2036 (Kreuger, 2014) and can help reduce the 70% of premature deaths and hospitalizations due to preventable causes.
Healthy individuals are employable, better caregivers, more engaged in their community and are better able to reach their potential.
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