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2014 Benchmarking Survey

 

Welcome to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts survey page.

 The 2014 report with the results of the survey is now available!

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Executive Summary 

 

The Executive Summary of the report was released on September 19, 2014. This provides a high level overview of the major themes and findings from the survey.

 

 

 

 

 

  

Benchmarking Survey Webinar

On Friday, October 10 at 11am ET the results of the 2014 Massachusetts Worksite Health Benchmarking Survey were presented in a webinar. Over 600 Massachusetts companies responded to the survey providing insights on their policies, practices, and programs that promote and protect employee health and well-being.

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Benchmarking Survey Presentation at UMass Symposium

Join us on Friday, November 7, 2014 at the UMass Center for Clinical and Transformational Science 2014 Symposium: Building on Partnership Strengths to Improve Community Health. Claire Santarelli, RD, CDE, LDN, Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Mari Ryan, MBA, MHP, CWWPC, CWP, Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts will present the results of the 2014 Massachusetts Worksite Benchmarking Survey. The event is being held at the Albert Sherman Center
University of Massachusetts Medical School, 55 Lake Avenue North, Worcester, MA.

For additional details and to register for the event, visit the UMass Center for Clinical and Transformational Science website.

About the Survey

This benchmarking survey addresses a range of topics relating to the administration and management of worksite health promotion initiatives. It also provides a comprehensive review of evidence-based health promotion interventions in the worksite using a validated tool, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Worksite Health ScoreCard. This tool will guide a company through a process of assessing the use of best practices to identify gaps and opportunities for strategy and program enhancement. It also provides worksites with an opportunity to compare their score with other businesses who completed the validation study.

The CDC Scorecard asks specific questions about your organization and your wellness program. To document answers and receive information from stakeholders before entering answers into the online survey, download a PDF copy of the CDC Worksite Health ScoreCard.

Our goal is to use the results from this survey to compare against similar surveys conducted in the past (2001, 2008 and 2011), allowing us to observe changes over the past thirteen years in providing Massachusetts employees with opportunities to engage in healthy behaviors while at work. 

Need help?If you have questions regarding the survey, email your questions. We thank you for your assistance in this important effort and appreciate your participation.



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