Means

Description

Exercise during working hours

Providing employees an opportunity to use working time for physical activity, for example, 30–60 minutes per week

Challenges

Launching competitions and challenges to motivate employees to add physical activity into daily routines. An example of this could be to promise a free vegetarian lunch in the workplace cafeteria or in a nearby restaurant for employees or teams that have collected a certain amount of steps or travelled a certain distance by any form of physical activity.

This means is relatively effortless to put into action, meaning that it's execution does not require major investments as regards personnel, time, or material
Sports groups

Providing opportunities for physical activity, for example, by arranging weekly sports groups of employees’ choice led by physical education instructor students or employees that have been trained as peer motivators (see section: Adopt wellbeing-fostering policies).

This means is relatively effortless to put into action, meaning that it's execution does not require major investments as regards personnel, time, or material
Sports try-out sessions

Arranging try-out sessions or courses of various types of sports

Subvention

Providing monetary subvention for (leisure time) sports activities, for example, vouchers or bargain prices for fitness centres

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