inpowr integrates the healthy enterprise standard method

Since 2004, the Healthy Enterprises Group has been providing leaders with support and tools to sustainably improve workplaces that contribute to employee health and well- being. In addition to including several Healthy Enterprises Group benefits, inpowr’s preventative approach integrates their standard method that can lead to up to three levels of Healthy Enterprise certification.

inpowr’s complete workplace health and well-being approach includes:

Exclusive benefits of the Healthy Enterprises Group membership

Free membership for 1 year (value of $745 to $945)

Opportunity to obtain the Healthy Enterprise Recognition, the “Recognized Healthy Enterprise” logo and to grow your employer brand

Support manual for the implementation of the Healthy Enterprise Standard ($149 value)

Members’ area – access to exclusive tools for the sustainable improvement of your workplace

Communication kit for your social networks

Company portrait in the blog and logo displayed on the Healthy Entreprises Group website

Tailored support towards 3 levels of certification

Support that enables organizations to initiate or continue the implementation of health and well-being interventions based on best practices in the field, and to obtain the Healthy Enterprise Recognition, level 1, 2, or 3* for each of the 3 completed levels.

Support based on the Healthy Enterprises Group comprehensive approach which encourages organizations to take action in one or more spheres of intervention recognized for their impact on the overall health of employees, including physical, mental, social, financial, and spiritual health (meaning and values related to work):

  • Healthy lifestyle habits
  • Work-life balance
  • Management practices
  • Work environment

Personalized support for each stage of the recognition process (summary report, advice on prioritizing needs and selecting the most suitable interventions).

* L’accompagnement pour le niveau 3 peut entrainer des coûts additionnels.

The benefits

Positive impacts of a successful workplace health and well-being program on the organization and your employees

Value on investment (VOI)

  • Attractiveness/loyalty
  • Engagement
  • Work atmosphere
  • Compassionate leadership
  • Healthy performance
  • Customer satisfaction

Return on investment (ROI)

↓ Absenteeism
↓ Group insurance
↓ CSST fees
↓ Employee turnover

Value for your employees

  • Ease of maintaining healthy lifestyle habits
  • Quality of life
  • Mental health and stress reduction
  • Creativity and motivation
  • Job satisfaction and pleasure
  • Work/life balance
  • Work climate

The steps required for three levels of Healthy Enterprise Certification

Level 1

This first level confirms your first steps towards better organizational health and lays the foundations for healthy performance.

1. Appoint a project manager
2. Provide online video training for the manager
3. Produce and communicate a management statement
4. Carry out at least one communication activity
5. Consult employees in at least one sphere of intervention
6. Plan and implement at least one intervention per year
7. Evaluate your intervention (employee participation and satisfaction)

Level 2

This second level demonstrates your strong commitment to sustainably improving the health and wellness of your employees.

8. Create a workplace health and well-being committee
9. Appoint a “Management Representative” for the project
10. Provide online video training for the Project Manager and the Management Representative
11. Allocate a specific budget to the Healthy Enterprise project
12. Consult employees in at least 2 spheres of intervention
13. Share the results of the consultation to employees
14. Implement at least 2 interventions per year

Niveau 3

At the top level, you are a workplace health and well-being champion, generating total well-being initiatives and innovation

15. Develop a workplace health and well-being policy
16. Provide online training for workplace health and well-being committee members
17. Draft a return-to-work strategy after an extended leave of absence
18. Consult employees in 4 spheres of intervention
19. Prioritize needs
20. Plan your interventions annually (at least 2 per year)
21. Produce an annual report