PepsiCo-Jordan Organizes the ‘Your Health Means the World to Us’ Campaign for All its Employees
PepsiCo-Jordan - the winner of the King Abdullah II Award for Excellence/Private Sector – announced the launch of its 'Your Health Means the World to Us' campaign for a period of six weeks starting Sunday, the 19th of September, 2010. The health campaign is being organized for the company's various employees at its factory in Amman, the management offices, and its offices in the South, Um Al Amad, and Irbid.
The health campaign seeks to increase PepsiCo-Jordan's employees' health awareness regarding important health matters including blood pressure, diabetes, and cholesterol; in addition to weight control, blood iron levels, and smoking. Accordingly, the first week incorporated various interactive lectures which were conducted by Dr. Mazin Nabulsi on these health issues.
The second week of PepsiCo-Jordan's health campaign will include a 'Your Health Means the World to Us' contest, whilst the third week will comprise of a 'Your Health Means the World to Us' league. As for the fourth week of the campaign it will include the conduction of awareness lectures entitled 'Why Do You Smoke?'. Consecutively, the fifth week's educating lectures will revolve around the subject of breast cancer, and concluding the campaign in its sixth week activities will focus on sports through a discussion entitled 'Let's Walk with Pepsi'.
Commenting on the campaign, Mr. Sufian Salman, East Med & Africa Business Unit HR Director at PepsiCo, said: "We are pleased to have launched this health awareness campaign that was organized to reflect our interest in our employees' wellbeing, and our firm belief in the importance of spreading health awareness amongst them. This campaign aims to encourage PepsiCo-Jordan's employees to begin taking the right steps towards a healthier lifestyle, as we consider our employees to be the building blocks of our success. We hope that this awareness campaign will contribute to enhancing their health."
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