INTRODUCTION MATERIALITY AND STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT OUR CITY OUR OUR PEOPLE ENVIRONMENT GLOSSARY AT A GLANCE JUNE: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY involved weekly challenges such as resistance training, stretching, or playing sports. JULY: EATING WELL employees were challenged to avoid foods with added sugar, eat more colourful vegetables, and drink six to eight glasses of water every day. AUGUST: KNOW YOUR NUMBERS employees were challenged to learn more about their health risk factors, as well as health promotion and disease prevention by completing online assessments or scheduling annual physicals with their doctors. SEPTEMBER: MENTAL HEALTH employees were encouraged to spend time with friends and family, make time to recharge and de-stress at the end of each day, and document three good things about their day every day for a week. OUR PEOPLE I TORONTO HYDRO 53 G4-LA3 Passport to Wellness The Passport to Wellness Program was a company-wide wellness challenge to encourage healthy lifestyle choices. The program occurred between June and September of 2016 and challenged Toronto Hydro employees to make healthy lifestyles choices. Each month involved a different wellness challenge, with prizes available to increase participation. Engagement was strong with 529 employees accepting the challenge for at least one month of the program, and more than 20% of these employees completed at least one challenge every month. The Passport to Wellness was well received by employees - one department even arranged a healthy potluck lunch to encourage the July challenge. The program successfully encouraged employees to experience the positive impacts from making healthy lifestyle choices.
Toronto Hydro CR Report 2016
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