The American Heart Association and CHI Memorial are bringing the Chattanooga Worksite Wellness Summit to the community virtually to help encourage better physical and mental health.
Officials said, "The Covid-19 pandemic has made a dramatic change to how almost all Chattanoogans live, work and play. Building a healthy workplace and encouraging a healthy workforce can lead to increased productivity, less absenteeism, and health-spend savings for employees and employers."
Traditionally, the Chattanooga Worksite Wellness Summit is a one-day in-person event as part of the American Heart Association’s Healthy for Good movement. This year, the AHA and CHI Memorial have decided to provide three sessions virtually to address mental health, physical health and how to make your workplace healthier, wherever that may be.
There is no cost to register and the sessions will focus on:
• March 12 – Make Your Workspace Work for You;
• April 16 – Fostering Engagement and Healthy Choices; and
• May 7 – Mental Health and Feeling Good Virtually.
Anyone interested in healthier workplaces can attend. Topics will speak directly to individuals and acknowledge a variety of environments including work-from-home or on-site employees.
To learn more and register, visit heart.org/Chattanooga. Healthy for Good is locally sponsored in Chattanooga by CHI Memorial.