Two of Healthbreak’s clients recently received recognition for their comprehensive Wellness Programs. We are proud to work with these top rated employers.
Creighton University in Omaha Nebraska, was among 200 workplaces statewide that received the prestigious Grower’s Award as part of the Governor’s Award. In a letter signed by Nebraska Governor, Pete Ricketts, he congratulated Creighton University for “growing the seeds of wellness” and positively impacting the health of Creighton employees and families. The Grower’s Award designation is good for three years. Congratulations Creighton.
Boulder County Government in Boulder Colorado has been recognized as a 2015 Healthiest 100 Workplace in America, an awards program presented by Healthiest Employer, LLC.
The top one hundred employers were recognized at the Corporate Wellness Conference® in Orlando, FL. The winning organizations were honored for their commitment to employee health and exceptional corporate wellness programming. Over 5,000 employers applied for the Award.
Award applicants were evaluated across six key categories: Vision, Culture/Engagement, Learning, Expertise, Metrics and Technology. Applicants were evaluated with the proprietary Healthiest Employer Index, a 1-100 metric for wellness programming. These organizations have achieved lasting success through a wide array of employee wellness initiatives and corporate wellness programs.
“When I think about a culture that embodies wellness, I look no further than Boulder County, “said Julia Yager, Human Resources Manager. “Our county leadership is committed to walking the talk and running, walking, hiking, and eating it, too. We have a comprehensive program that addresses the overall well-being of our workforce. We know that healthy employees are more engaged and productive, and they cost us less. We make it easy for employees to participate in healthy behaviors, and we reward them for doing so. We are honored to be named one of the Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America and are proud to be a role model for other organizations.”