Top 14 Websites for Workplace Wellness Professionals

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Newly revised list of workplace wellness websites and resources every wellness professional should have bookmarked. Discover associations, memberships and organizations committed to wellness at work.

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Workplace wellness is a fast growing industry in North America and around the world.  As the technology provider powering wellness programs for leading providers, CoreHealth likes to keep apprised of what’s the latest in the industry so we can keep our customers on the cutting edge of wellness. 

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These are our ‘go to’ list of resources in the corporate wellbeing space that every wellness professional should have bookmarked for easy reference (listed in alphabetical order):

1. Art & Science of Health Promotion Institute

health-promotion-institute-logoThe Art & Science of Health Promotion Institute’s goal is to improve the effectiveness of health promotion programs provided to people in the United States and the world by applying what we have learned from research and practice to improve outcomes. We do this in workplace, clinical and commercial spheres through consulting, collaborations, public speaking, and conferences. They are founders of the Annual Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference. See the Health Promotion Conference LinkedIn.

2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Workplace Health Promotion

Center for Disease Control logoThrough the Workplace Health Program, CDC works with national employer groups and coalitions, state health agencies, academic institutions, employers, and other key groups to develop, set up, and promote effective strategies for improving the health in the work environment. CDC LinkedIn.


COHPA is a not-for-profit trade body promoting the benefits of Occupational Health and Wellbeing and COHPA UK Logorepresents both Occupational Health and Wellbeing providers in the UK. COHPA works to enhance OH industry best practice by setting business standards for its members. Offering free support and advice to employers on occupational health and health at work issues, since forming in 2004 COHPA has helped hundreds of organisations, covering over ½ million employees, to find the providers and solutions that meet their needs. COHPA LinkedIn.

4. Corporate Health & Wellness AssociationCorporate Health & Wellness Association Logo

The Corporate Health and Wellness Association (CH&WA) is the national non-profit association focused on health, wellness, disease prevention and management for employers, employees and their families.  One of the largest influencers of HR and Insurance Executives, CWHA touches over 1.5 million B2B Professionals. CH&WA LinkedIn.

5. European Network for Workplace Health PromotionENWHP Logo

ENWHP was created in 1996. During its lifetime the workplace in Europe has undergone significant changes, and ENWHP has played and will play its part in responding to the workplace health issues. This account is open to people interested in Workplace Health Promotion and wants to promote discussion and sharing of knowledge and expertise among EU and National #WHP stakeholders. ENWHP LinkedIn.

6. Global Centre for Healthy WorkplacesGlobal Centre for Healthy Workplaces Logo

The Global Centre for Healthy Workplaces (GCHW) supports the advancement of workplace health and well-being through a series of initiatives designed to enhance shared learning, recognition and replication. The Global Centre seeks to create a healthier and more productive working experience for all employers and employees, irrespective of their size, location or circumstances. GCHW LinkedIn.

7. Global Wellness InstituteGlobal Wellness Institute logo

The Global Wellness Institute (GWI) is a non-profit organization with a mission to empower wellness worldwide by educating the public and private sectors about preventative health and wellness. Through its four pillars, research, initiatives, roundtable discussions, and wellness, the GWI serves as a “hub” that informs and connects key stakeholders capable of impacting the overall wellbeing of our planet’s citizens. GWI LinkedIn.

8. HERO Health 

Health Health logoHealth Enhancement Research Organization (HERO) is a national non-profit dedicated to identifying and sharing best practices in the field of workplace health and well-being to improve the health and well-being of workers, their spouses, dependents and retirees. HERO Think Tank members have a hands-on role in the creation and dissemination of national workplace policy, strategy and leadership. HERO brings you: The HERO Think Tank, the HERO Scorecard and Research and Education. HERO LinkedIn.

9. Institute for Health and Productivity Management

The Institute for Health and IHPM LogoProductivity Management was created in 1997 to make employee health an investment in corporate success through enhanced workplace performance. It grows out of work done earlier under the "Two Pens" Project on Health Care Value, carried out jointly by the National Business Coalition on Health and the National Association of Managed Care Physicians. IHPM LinkedIn.

10. International Corporate Health Leadership Council (ICHLC)

International Corporate Health Leadership Council logoThe International Corporate Health Leadership Council (ICHLC) is a non-profit foundation whose objective is to drive standards and policies that result in reducing risk and improving delivery of healthcare to international business travelers, expatriates (and their families) and employees (in emerging markets) wherever they may live or work. Made up of the most senior leadership in corporate health – medical directors, corporate executives, thought leaders and researchers – the Council produces periodic reviews of the latest health trends relevant to global enterprise and provides key recommendations so that appropriate standards are benchmarked and best practices identified and shared with those who make or influence policy decisions concerning the protection and preservation of human capital. ICHLC LinkedIn.

11. International Association of Worksite Health Promotion

The International Association for Worksite IAWHP LogoHealth Promotion (IAWHP) is a professional membership association that advances the global community of worksite health promotion practitioners and students through high-quality information, educational activities, personal and professional development and networking opportunities. IAWHP is an affiliate society of the American College of Sports Medicine. IAWHP LinkedIn.

12. National Business Group on Health

The National Business Group on Health is the nation’s only non-profit organization devoted exclusively to representing large employers’perspective on national health policy issues and helping companies optimize business performance through health improvement, innovation and health care 

National Business Group on Health logomanagement. Members are primarily Fortune 500 companies and large public sector employers — including the nation's most innovative health care purchasers — who provide health coverage for more than 55 million U.S. workers, retirees, and their families. Many have operations worldwide and participate in our Global Business Group on Health (SM). National Business Group on Health LinkedIn.

13. National Wellness Institute

The National Wellness Institute (NWI) was formed to realize theNational Wellness Institute logo mission of providing health promotion and wellness professionals unparalleled resources and services that fuel professional and personal growth. This mission forms the basis for the annual National Wellness Conference, the most highly acclaimed professional conference in health and wellness. NWI LinkedIn.

14. WELCOAWelcoa Logo

The Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) was established as a national not-for-profit organization in the mid 1980's. Today, WELCOA has become one of the most respected resources for workplace wellness in America. With a membership in excess of 5,000 members, WELCOA is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of all working Americans. Welcoa LinkedIn.

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We work with leading global wellness providers including: 

  • Corporate wellness companies
  • Insurers and their wellness divisions
  • Health coaching companies
  • Employee assistance providers
  • Group benefits brokers
  • Human resources consulting firms
  • Health systems and their wellness divisions
  • Disability and absence management companies

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