In most workplaces, sex talk is a big no-no.
But did you know there’s a time and a place for sex in the workplace?
We’re referring to sexual health, of course. As an employer, it’s in the best interest of your company to address sexual health in your workplace wellness program.
With a few major sexual health holidays in January, including Cervical Health Awareness Month and National Birth Defects Prevention Month, we think now is the time to add sexual health to your program.
Still need convincing? Read on below to see why sexual health should be a part of your workplace wellness initiatives!
Why Address Sexual Health in the Workplace?
Employees Support It
One study conducted in Scotland found that 75% of employees felt that addressing sexual health in the workplace was appropriate.
If you approach sexual health issues the right way in your workplace wellness program, your employees won’t have anything to complain about. Collaboration between your HR department and a seasoned workplace wellness expert like ARCpoint Labs can ensure that everything is handled well.
Sexual Health Issues Affect Many People
Sexual health isn’t just about preventing the spread of STDs — it’s about preventing serious, potentially even fatal, medical conditions.
STDs can increase your employees’ chances of developing AIDS, cervical cancer, prostate cancer, and more. These diseases are widespread; in fact, cervical cancer is the second most common form of cancer among women worldwide.
If educating your employees on sexual health can help them avoid serious medical issues, it’s worth it!
Better Sexual Health = Healthier Employees = Lower Costs
With healthier employees, you’ll see better productivity and lower healthcare costs.
That’s right — your investment in workplace wellness can easily pay off if you add a sexual health component.
ARCpoint Labs can strategize with you to seamlessly add sexual health to your workplace wellness program. To get started, find your nearest ARCpoint Labs and ask about our workplace wellness assistance!