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Workplace wellness programs (WWPs) have captured the attention of business and health leaders, policy makers, and insurance companies as a potential strategy to prevent chronic disease and contain health care costs. Over the next couple of years, California policymakers, employers, business and labor groups, and health leaders are going to be considering and implementing approaches to workplace wellness. The impact of those approaches will depend upon how solutions are designed and applied throughout the population. In this brief, The Greenlining Institute and Prevention Institute lay out key questions to consider about workplace wellness for California’s small business and diverse workforce.

To read the report, click here.