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Physical Well-being Playbook Step 3: Find Opportunities to Impact

Establish a well-being program that is ingrained in and supports company culture. 


Offer a regular cadence of education and well-being initiatives.

Use a variety of methods, including well-being seminars and workshops, short videos, written materials, onsite presentations, and opportunities to talk with professionals in the physical well-being dimension. Marsh McLennan Agency offers a variety of resources to support employers, consult with your dedicated team for more information.

You can incorporate aspects of physical well-being in a variety of arenas in the workplace to have a positive impact on employees’ health. Lead by example with positive physical well-being practices, and support employees’ own pursuit of physical well-being in meaningful ways. When opportunities exist as part of the company culture, rather than as a program in a silo, they become part of a whole-person approach to well-being. 

Consider other opportunities to decrease barriers for employees seeking better physical well-being.


Connecting with others can help employees reach their physical well-being goals. Share tips with your employees that encourage them to achieve their fitness goals together.



  • Introduce your well-being program during new hire orientation so new employees understand the program as part of the company culture.
  • Organize challenges to encourage employees to move more, stay hydrated, improve their nutrition, or improve their sleep.
  • Share carrier resources.

  • Provide an opportunity for employees to learn about different areas of health and well-being in one place and during the workday.
  • Include carriers to review plan information and resources.


  • Invite co-workers on a walk during breaks.
  • Trade healthy snack and meal ideas.
  • Create a peer-led physical well-being support group.
  • Plan walking meetings.
  • Use adjustable sit-to-stand workstations.
  • Provide re-usable water bottles and cold, filtered water.
  • Encourage healthy snacks at meetings.