Astral Health & Beauty Named One of Atlanta's Healthiest Employers

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With a company motto, "Make a difference", Astral Health & Beauty, which manufacturers natural and plant-based skincare and cosmetics products, was today honored by Atlanta Business Chronicle as a top 10 "Healthiest Employers of Atlanta".

Parent company to makeup and skincare family: PUR, Aloette and COSMEDIX

"We have been successful with recruiting, retention, lower heath costs, better employee engagement, less stressed employees and happier employees," said human resource director Kathy Jones.

Recognized amongst their peers in the category "medium-size company", Astral Health & Beauty ranked fifth out of 10 category finalists. The private parent company to brands Aloette cosmetics, COSMEDIX professional skincare and www.purcosmetics.com [PÜR __title__ PUR website] makeup and skincare, offers a comprehensive wellness plan that stacks up to its philosophy of good-for-your-skin products. The company's 360-approach to wellness is centered around amenities including monthly informational videos, diet tips, a healthy heart campaign, telemedicine prescription drug savings, breast cancer awareness and lunch and learns. Corporate culture promotes a healthy lifestyle as well with physical activity breaks, walk-and-talk meetings and onsite yoga and exercise boot camps.

"We have been successful with recruiting, retention, lower heath costs, better employee engagement, less stressed employees and happier employees," said human resource director Kathy Jones. "Astral is about creating a way of life in the workplace."

To determine the healthiest, Atlanta Business Chronicle partnered with Springbuk, a privately held technology firm that collects and measures corporate health data worldwide. The firm used an online assessment of more than 60 scored questions to measure wellness programming in six categories: leadership commitment, foundational components, strategic planning, communication and marketing, programing and interventions, and reporting and analytics. The questions contained more than 600 data points that were then analyzed and became the Healthiest Employer Index.

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