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for health and wellness
in the workplace

 

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Join the Healthy Enterprises Community

The Healthy Enterprises Community brings together businesspeople, human resources professionals, managers, employees, service providers and individuals interested in health and wellness in the workplace.

The Community's goal: to combine our efforts, knowledge and skills to foster a culture of health and wellness in the workplace.

When you join the Healthy Enterprises Community, you get free access to all of the Healthy Enterprise Initiative tools, all of our thematic webinars and the training “The Essential Steps to Launching a Health and Wellness in the Workplace Initiative.”

You'll also get the chance to speak with other Community members during networking activities and via the Community's Facebook group Communauté Entreprises en santé.

Join the Healthy Enterprises Community today! It’s completely free!

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Brief History

Founded in 2004 by Roger Bertrand, former Quebec minister responsible for Prevention, the Healthy Enterprises Group (the Group) wanted to engineer and promote solutions against the uncontrollable increases in public spending for healthcare in Quebec. Today, such expenses equal almost half of the overall Quebec’s budget. This non-profit organization would promote best practices for employers interested in benefiting from sound health and wellness initiatives. We considered it as a means for enhancing productivity and decreasing the proportion of care expenses in budgets. 

At its very beginning, the Group, then called GP2S , received a strong financial support from Quebec’s economic leaders. It has become since much more autonomous financially. However, the Group still benefits from both public and private sector important partners. Many thanks to all those organizations and leaders. They have been supporting the role of prevention, especially as a means to enhance competitiveness and economic vitality. 

Inspired by those leaders, the Group acts as a leader as well. For example, it is at the origins of the Healthy Enterprise Standard . First appeared in 2008, thanks to the leadership of the Group, it has been updated since and recognized as a Canadian national standard in 2020. In line with the standard, the Group developed the Healthy Enterprise Approach, three basic steps to improve health and wellbeing. These can apply to any organization interested in some of the best health and wellness practices in the workplace.

Since its creation, the Group became a strong reference for executives, managers, employees and providers concerning the promotion of global health in a workplace. It provides a lot of answers to anyone interested in learning more about: management practices, work environment, work-life balance and lifestyle habits.

 

 

Brief History

Founded in 2004 by Roger Bertrand, former Quebec minister responsible for Prevention, the Healthy Enterprises Group (the Group) wanted to engineer and promote solutions against the uncontrollable increases in public spending for healthcare in Quebec. Today, such expenses equal almost half of the overall Quebec’s budget. This non-profit organization would promote best practices for employers interested in benefiting from sound health and wellness initiatives. We considered it as a means for enhancing productivity and decreasing the proportion of care expenses in budgets. 

At its very beginning, the Group, then called GP2S , received a strong financial support from Quebec’s economic leaders. It has become since much more autonomous financially. However, the Group still benefits from both public and private sector important partners. Many thanks to all those organizations and leaders. They have been supporting the role of prevention, especially as a means to enhance competitiveness and economic vitality. 

Inspired by those leaders, the Group acts as a leader as well. For example, it is at the origins of the Healthy Enterprise Standard . First appeared in 2008, thanks to the leadership of the Group, it has been updated since and recognized as a Canadian national standard in 2020. In line with the standard, the Group developed the Healthy Enterprise Approach, three basic steps to improve health and wellbeing. These can apply to any organization interested in some of the best health and wellness practices in the workplace.

Since its creation, the Group became a strong reference for executives, managers, employees and providers concerning the promotion of global health in a workplace. It provides a lot of answers to anyone interested in learning more about: management practices, work environment, work-life balance and lifestyle habits.

 

Implement a Healthy Enterprise Initiative in your organization

Be at the forefront of change in your workplace and implement the Healthy Enterprise Initiative. With support from the Community, you'll find the momentum to launch a health and wellness initiative within your organization.

Is your company already active when it comes to total health? The Healthy Enterprise Initiative is also a way to structure your efforts to make them as effective as possible. You can also get formal recognition of your efforts so that their value is recognized and acknowledged.

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Get access to numerous tools

As a member of the Healthy Enterprises Community, you get free access to the Healthy Enterprise Initiative toolbox. The different sections of the toolbox provide you with everything you need to start or enrich your workplace health and wellness initiative, including detailed instructions, models and real-world examples.

Toolbox

Nos formations en entreprise

COPY - COPY - COPY - COPY - COPY - COPY - The Essential Steps to Launching a Health and Wellness in the Workplace Initiative (Montréal)

From Dec 14, 2020 to Dec 31, 2025


This session is intended for:
Member employers interested in health and wellness who dream of implementing, or are starting to implement, a total health in the workplace initiative and are looking for the tools they need to take action.

COPY - COPY - COPY - COPY - COPY - COPY - COPY - The Essential Steps to Launching a Health and Wellness in the Workplace Initiative (Montréal)

From Dec 14, 2020 to Dec 31, 2025


This session is intended for:
Member employers interested in health and wellness who dream of implementing, or are starting to implement, a total health in the workplace initiative and are looking for the tools they need to take action.