Resources

The Healthy Work Campaign is committed to providing resources to help educate and equip all #healthywork stakeholders, so we can promote healthy work and sustainable workplaces throughout our nation.

With your support, we can begin to prevent many work-related mental health problems and cardiovascular disease, as well as reduce work-related injuries.

Use Our Resources:

The Principles of Healthy Work is a resource that can help educate all stakeholders about what healthy work is (and is not). It includes five major work-related categories and briefly describes how each impacts the health and well-being of working people and organizations.

The Healthy Work Agenda is a set of action items for individuals and organizations to discuss, support and promote changes to improve the quality of jobs and advance #healthy work in the U.S.

Healthy Work Tools – tools, resources and recommendations from experts in the field of work stress to help you take action to address work stressors.

Healthy Work Articles – original articles where we discuss the impact of unhealthy work, workplace practices, policies and laws that perpetuate poor health and well-being, as well as possible solutions

Stats & Infographs – some important facts and figures in the field of occupational health distilled into downloadable and shareable stats and infographics

Research – where we define key terms and provide up-to-date research publications that inform our education resources and tools

Working on Empty: Your Work Stories – the stories you have submitted about your experience working, running businesses and pursuing healthy work in the U.S.

WOE Documentary – where you can watch our short documentary video, “Working on Empty,” and learn about our feature-length documentary in development

Media – where you can view and share our educational videos and slide presentations

News & Updates – where you can keep tabs on news coverage, publicity and other updates about our campaign, as well as check out our newsletter and events

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