Identifying Key Players
Why it's Important to Have Key Players
Well-Being in the workplace starts with making sure departments have identified Key Players who can help lead the way in bringing well-being resources to their workforce. Key Players are defined as well-being ambassadors that make up the four city employers within the City and County of San Francisco. These include: CCSF, CCD, CRT and USD.
By having Key Players identified for each department, the San Francisco Health Service System's Well-Being Team is able to:
- Consult directly with departments to understand the needs of their employees
- Develop a customized approach to well-being that is more suited for each department's environment, culture, and workforce
- Provide support in developing a well-being strategy that is aligned with the department's priorities
Did You Know?
Key Players are Essential for Well-Being@Work:
Learn more about the tools that can help you raise awareness, offer programs, and create a culture of well-being in your department.
Bring well-being to your workplace by requesting onsite activities that will engage employees in well-being.
Stay up to date with well-being resources you can implement at your worksite and meet other Well-Being Champions and Department Leads by attending quarterly training's hosted by SFHSS Well-Being Team.
Spotlights provide the opportunity to highlight programs and the individuals/groups that promote well-being. Learn more and nominate a program at your workplace! Start by completing the nomination form.
Well-Being@Work Awards recognize departments that are taking steps toward making employee well-being a priority in the workplace. Awards recognize departments that make an exerted effort to strategically impact the well-being of their employees, following guidelines and best practices provided by the SFHSS Well-Being Team. In order to receive an award departments must have a Well-Being@Work Annual Plan in place.
- SFHSS Well-Being Team