There are many ways for companies to improve their work processes to improve worker productivity and health and reduce chronic disease risks. Workers are more productive, more engaged, more rarely absent and less likely to suffer injuries in the workplace when health and well-being are part of their daily working lives. Creating safe and healthy employment will contribute to the health, safety and well-being of workers of all ages. Since many Queensland workers are affected by chronic diseases, it is important to identify and manage chronic risk factors for illness at work. The work done by people can have a positive or negative impact on their health. The be Recognized program honors organizations that integrate workplace health and well-being into their organizational systems and cultures. Use the Healthy Jobs Audit Tool to assess work systems and environments and identify areas for improvement. If you sit for more than 30 minutes a day without taking a break, it will likely impact your health.