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Sample Terms of Agreement

Use this sample policy as reference for a terms of agreement document.


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[Sample Policy] Model Workplace Policy: Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, and Stalking

An essential element in providing a safe workplace is having policies and practices in place to address domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking. Use this sample policy as a reference point when creating policies and practices for your organization.


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Ten Company Strategies: Travel Wellness

Consider these 10 policies or procedures within your business that will contribute to safe and secure employee travel.


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Sample Tobacco-Free Workplace Policy

When preparing to create or review your workplace tobacco-free policy, consider using the template provided from the American Lung Association.


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Workplace Wellness Policy

Sample Workplace Wellness Policy

When preparing to create or review your workplace wellness policy, consider using the template created with ideas from Queensland Government Wellness.


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Sample Drug-Free Workplace Policy

When preparing to create or review your drug-free workplace policy, consider using the template provided from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.


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Sample Policy: “Sit For 60, Move For 3”

WELCOA has provided this sample “Sit For 60, Move For 3” policy. You can use this sample communication piece as a springboard for making your own.


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Lowe’s CEO Communication to Employees

An important requirement of leading a healthy company is communication. To be effective, the CEO must communicate the importance of wellness to employees and make it a priority throughout the company. There are a variety of channels that can be leveraged to create communications campaigns within any type of organization. The first and, perhaps most basic way that the CEO can communicate the importance of wellness to the rest of the organization is through written correspondence—specifically, through emails, letters, memos, or other company publications.


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