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Health Links™ is a nonprofit initiative spearheaded by the Center for Health, Work & Environment at the Colorado School of Public Health. We collaborate with employers to build a culture of health and safety in the workplace. We assess organizations’ policies and programs; offer evidence-based recommendations in one-on-one advising sessions; connect employers with local resources; and certify qualifying employers as Healthy Businesses.


Worksite Wellness News in Colorado

May 25, 2017

Glenwood Springs online news outlet features Health Links

Glenwood Springs, Colorado

The online news outlet, Post Independent/Citizen Telegram wrote an excellent article on our local advisor Amanda Wagner and her great work inspiring members of the community to bring health to work! Author Angie Anderson reinforces what we believe about workplace health and safety by saying "companies and organizations can implement easy low-cost or no-cost solutions that can create a more productive workplace, improve employee morale and reduce injuries and absenteeism. How’s that for the bottom line? For companies that have the ability to do so, making a simple policy change to allow flexible work schedules so that employees can take...

May 25, 2017

Outside Magazine names RA Nelson one of the top places to work

Health Links Certified Business Partner RA Nelson LLC will be speaking on a panel at the Mountain Communities Small Business Health & Wellness Symposium, March 31st. RA Nelson LLC was named one of the top businesses to work for (nationwide!) in Outside Magazine. The premise for earning this prestigious recognition was based on employee health and happiness. Check out the article by clicking on the link:

May 25, 2017

First, do no harm. Some practices hurt employees

Grand Junction, Colorado

While most leaders would never hurt their employees on purpose, it’s important to recognize harm occurs unintentionally. Although many organizations invest in employee wellbeing programs to promote mental and physical health, they neglect the existence of common practices and unwritten rules that undermine those efforts.