Well-Being@Work Key Players

Why it's Important to Have Key Players

Well-Being in the workplace starts with making sure you have identified Key Players who can help lead the way in bringing well-being resources to your employees. By having Key Players identified for each department, the San Francisco Health Service System's Well-Being Team, is able to work with department representatives who understand the needs of their employees. This allows for a customized approach to well-being that is more suited for the City's diverse workforce. Key Players are integral to the success of well-being at any worksite. Identify your Key Players today!

 

Get Started: 

STEP 1

Identify Key Players
Learn more about the characteristics and responsibilities associated with each Key Player.

STEP 2

Complete Commitment Form
Learn more about the Champion role and complete the form to register as a Well-Being Champion.

STEP 3

Find Nearby Champions
Contact and collaborate with Champions from your department and around the City.

 

 


What is a Well-Being Champion?

 

  • Resources

    Onsite Activities

    Bring well-being to your workplace by requesting onsite activities that will engage employees in well-being.

    Grants

    Submit an application to receive financial assistance in your well-being efforts.

    Key Player Training

    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. 

  • Recognition

    Spotlights

    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.

    Awards

    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

    We're Here to Help

    Contact a Well-Being@Work team member for additional support in bringing well-being to your workplace: