Employer Wellness Communication Toolkit

dimensions-of-wellbeing-graphicHelping your employees become the best version of themselves requires a multi-faceted approach. Promoting and supporting your employees’ well-being can have a significantly positive impact on their employee experience. A pathway that considers a whole person’s well-being, including emotional, physical, financial, community, and occupational aspects, can result in a job well done and a life well lived.

Use articles, posters, and payroll stuffers on a variety of topics to promote health and wellness in your organization. Choose just one, or combine an article, poster, and payroll stuffer to create a mini-campaign on a specific topic. These materials are ready to use as is, or you're welcome to customize them for your organization. Format information.

Receive Monthly Featured Toolkits

Sign up to receive notice of our monthly featured toolkit and wellness articles by email. ( See a sample.) You and your colleagues can opt in (or opt out) at any time—simply click our Subscribe button. Note: The email will be sent through a third party service called Constant Contact. You may need to add this email address to your “white list” or contact your IT staff.

A More Considerate Workplace

Other topics by well-being category:







  • Real-Life Budget
  • Budgeting Tips
  • Care Documents
  • Tips for Financial Health
  • Health Insurance Concepts
  • Urgent vs. Emergency


Community (family, friends, community)

  • Show Coworkers Gratitude
  • Better Commute
  • Early Habits
  • Healthy Community Resources
  • TV Turn Off
  • Volunteerism
  • Wellness Champion




  • Considerate Workplace
  • Think Like a Leader
  • Better Commute
  • Build Resilience
  • Coping with Stress
  • Keeping Your Cool
  • Wellness Champion


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Format Information

Newsletter articles are provided in Microsoft Word® format so they can be easily imported into your electronic or printed employee communications.

Posters are provided in PDF (Portable Document Format) and can be printed on 8.5 x 11 (letter) or 11 x 17 (tabloid) paper.

Payroll stuffers are also provided as PDF files, and are set up to print three on a letter-sized sheet and then cut apart.

Fliers provide information about particular PacificSource resources and benefits related to wellness. They are provided as PDF files.

Text messages support the monthly topic, are 140 characters or less, and are meant to be sent using your own internal text messaging system.

Questions and Suggestions

If you have questions about the materials provided on this page, please contact your PacificSource Client Service Representative.

If you would like to suggest a topic for future consideration, please contact our Health and Wellness Coordinator Charis Allenbaugh.