Break the habit: It IS possible with the right support
A toolkit to support employees in their effort to quit smoking.
A few decades ago, some doctors endorsed smoking. Of course, these days all smokers know the adverse health effects of smoking. But because nicotine is amazingly addictive, smokers are in a bind: "I know I should quit, but I just don't know how."
MetLife 360Health created the campaign Break the Habit: Commit to Quit to give employees powerful methods that have helped some smokers to take the steps they've been hoping to find to stop smoking.
Provide employees with practical tips and information on how to quit smoking for good
Update employees on the latest research about smoking and its health effects not only on smokers, but on families, friends, and coworkers
Provide an encouraging and helpful environment for employees to quit smoking
What's in the Toolkit?
Marketing materials ( short articles email campaign flyers, etc.
Best practices for distribution of “Quit smoking for good: Where to start in order to stop”
Download the toolkit now and help your workforce quit smoking for good.
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