Imagine an office that people love to come to each day. Adding levity is the secret weapon in creating a fun culture to which people want to belong. Laughter is a crucial part of life and one of our best defenses again pain, trial, and disappointment. It stands to reason that it should be a key part of the workplace as well.
The Star Awards allows Working Well to celebrate our community organizations that put employee well-being first! These awards honor organizations and individuals who:
- Initiate, as well as maintain employee wellness programs
- Think outside the box and use innovative activities to motivate their employees
- Recognize and award an individual employee who has inspired others to live healthier lives.
Fifteen years ago, we gathered a small group of community leaders over breakfast to discuss how to make their workplaces healthier. Over the next several years, attendance more than tripled and now attracts nationally-acclaimed speakers and thought leaders in the field of worksite wellness.
We’re proud to be on the cutting-edge of health and well-being,
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Working Well is aware of the mental and physical issues that many in our community are dealing with over the current events going on in our world. In light of COVID-19 and the unrest the country is feeling right now, we support and respect the mental and emotional well-being of our community’s diverse workforce.
This July, Working Well launched it’s first newsletter and we hope that this will become your go-to resource for a healthy workforce. Did we miss your in-box? Join our mailing list and get the latest updates on events and corporate wellness tips.
In the face of COVID-19, our healthcare system is working to ensure that all patients have access to the best advice and care, while keeping the community safe and cost effective.
One of the easiest ways to help contain healthcare costs is to utilize the most appropriate and effective delivery of healthcare when you are sick or injured.