Spotlights provide the opportunity to highlight programs and activities at various departments that supports employee’s well-being at work in three main categories: Raise Awareness, Offer Programs, and Create a Culture.
Spotlights allow Well-Being Key Players to share stories, obtain ideas from other departments, and receive recognition for their efforts. Submissions are accepted throughout the year and shared through Well-Being@Work communication platforms and with Department Heads quarterly. SFHSS Well-Being recognize departments for submitting Spotlights at the annual Well-Being@Work celebration.
Spotlights highlight programs that support well-being in the workplace. We encourage you to read the spotlights to learn about new and innovative programs that are happening around the City.
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Submit a Spotlight Nomination
Determine Which Program to Nominate
Select a program that has had a positive impact on well-being in your workplace.
Download & Complete the Nomination Form
Identify who the program is impacting and explain the positive influence that the program has had on employee well-being.
Submit the Nomination Form
Complete the fields on the powerpoint slides and send to firstname.lastname@example.org for review.
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. 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