INDIANAPOLIS (PRWEB) November 21, 2019
Healthiest Employers® today announces the final ranking of the 2019 Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America. This prestigious national award recognition celebrates companies who proactively invest in the health and wellbeing of their employees. Each of the national winners is recognized for their exceptional achievement and leadership in building a healthy and productive workplace committed to employee and community health and wellbeing.
The following companies have been selected as the 2019 Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America:
1. CNO Financial Group
2. Harris Health System
3. GE Appliances, a Haier company
4. Eugene Water & Electric Board
5. Norton Healthcare
6. Palmetto57 Automotive Group
7. Witham Health Services
8. Pro Athlete, Inc.
9. FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies
10. Humana Inc.
11. DaVita, Inc.
13. Port of Portland
14. The Starr Group
15. Chevron Corporation
17. Aetna Inc.
19. Boulder County
20. Baylor College of Medicine
21. Inova Health System
22. NK Parts Industries Inc
23. Cambia Health Solutions
24. APCO Holdings, LLC
25. Samaritan Health Services
27. Sense Corp
29. Sun Coast Resources, Inc.
30. Shamrock Foods Company
31. LORD Corporation
32. Clerk & Comptroller, Palm Beach County
33. HarbisonWalker International
34. Kaiser Permanente
35. Compass Group USA, Inc.
36. Raytown School District
38. Sacramento Municipal Utility District
39. Trinity Logistics, Inc
40. McCarthy Holdings, Inc
41. The Resource Center
42. Pasco County Schools
43. City of Olathe
44. City of Acworth
45. Riverside Healthcare
46. Jamestown Board of Public Utilities
47. National Association of Insurance Commissioners
49. International Game Technology (IGT)
50. Keller Independent School District
51. Montgomery County
53. Bi-State Development
54. Treasury Wine Estates
55. United HealthGroup
58. LG&E and KU Energy LLC
59. Group & Pension Administrators, Inc
60. Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates, P.A.
61. American Showa
62. Cozen O'Connor
63. Shelby County Government
64. Children's Home Society of Florida
66. BorgWarner Inc.
67. Mercy Health
68. Indiana University Health
69. WorldVentures Holdings, LLC
72. South County Health
73. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina
74. Dublin City Schools
75. Hill & Wilkinson
76. CVS Health
77. Faith Technologies
78. Seminole County Public Schools
79. Valley Water (Santa Clara Valley Water District)
80. JE Dunn Construction
82. HP Inc.
83. WakeMed Health and Hospital
84. Johnson Kendall & Johnson
85. PayneWest Insurance
86. Excela Health
88. Bilzin Sumberg
90. Clarkston Consulting
91. Burns & McDonnell
92. City of Charlotte
93. American Express
94. Metro National Corporation
96. Permanente Dental Associates, P.C.
97. BlueCross BlueShield of Arizona
99. GE Aviation
100. Lane County
This year’s Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America award winners include organizations as small as 32 full-time employees and as large as 200,000 employees. The winning organizations span nearly every industry, size, geography, and include both private and publicly-funded organizations. Each exemplary company above has a story highlighting the success of its wellbeing programming and executive leadership.
The Healthiest Employers awards program is administered by Springbuk through a comprehensive online assessment to evaluate company performance spanning six key areas of health and wellbeing: Culture and Leadership Commitment, Foundational Components, Strategic Planning, Communication and Marketing, Programming and Intervention, and Reporting and Analytics.
Companies who are awarded the national recognition have taken a holistic approach to employee wellbeing, going far beyond the physical dimension. This year’s honorees have implemented programs across financial, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social pillars of wellbeing. Additionally, a collective trend across the 2019 Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America winners is that they are taking an outcomes-focused approach to employee health, by leveraging employee feedback, program results data, and understanding how to tailor their programming to their employee population’s needs.
The Healthiest Employers regional award designation occurs in over forty U.S. cities. To date, the program has celebrated over 10,000 employers who are a shining example of worksite health. As part of the application process, employers complete additional questions in order to enter the Healthiest 100 Workplaces national competition. These questions center on combating chronic diseases and leveraging data to inform an employer’s health strategy.
“We’re excited to honor these outstanding employers,” said Phil Daniels, co-founder of Springbuk and Healthiest Employers. “The winners of the Healthiest 100 should be proud of their proactive efforts to sustain a healthy, lasting workforce. It is truly an honor each year to work with such diverse organizations in order to promote the wellbeing and health of each employee.”
The Healthiest Employers awards program, celebrating its 10th year, fosters a healthier, more productive employer community by rewarding organizations that have taken steps toward raising health awareness and serving as a resource for companies to improve their health initiatives.
Springbuk is a leading-edge Health Intelligence platform that helps employers and consultants manage their investments in population health. Our innovative solution offers deep insights, empowers smarter decision-making, and provides strategic direction to help maximize return on investments. Health Intelligence empowers employers and consultants to deliver plans and programs that fit. Each year, Springbuk administers the Healthiest Employers awards program across the US to honor the nation’s most dedicated employers in bettering their worksite health and wellbeing programs. Learn more at http://www.Springbuk.com.
Natalie Weber, Dittoe PR on behalf of Springbuk, email@example.com or 317.202.2280 XT10