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Evaluating Worksite Health & Wellness Programs

July 1, 2015

OPM recently released a memorandum to  Federal HR Directors on “Evaluating Worksite Health & Wellness Programs,” as part of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM’s) continual commitment to helping agencies develop and improve worksite health & wellness programs, and specifically in support of the June 23, 2014 Presidential Memorandum on Enhancing Workplace Flexibilities and Work-Life Programs.

This calendar year, OPM is hosting a worksite health & wellness campaign, concentrating on different aspects of successful program implementation. The education and guidance is intended to help agencies increase the availability and use of worksite health & wellness programs to the maximum extent possible. Each campaign includes informational fact sheets, webinar trainings, and facilitated discussions among those responsible for the implementation of agency worksite health & wellness programs.

The theme for the second segment of the 2015 worksite health & wellness campaign is “Evaluating Worksite Health & Wellness Programs”. In addition to the memo, OPM provided 4 fact sheets as guidance to assist agencies.

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