Corporate Wellness Disruptors Celebrated at the Well-being 100® Awards Ceremony
The top 20 well-being professionals from various industries were honored at the Well-being 100® Awards Ceremony. Individuals are nominated from 27 categories and various cities across the US and abroad and are honored for their innovative approach.
The Well-being 100® awards program, administered by The Corporate Health & Wellness Association, unveiled their listing of the "Top Well-being 100® Professionals" at HEALTHCARE ЯEVOLUTION®, Orlando, Florida, which brings together human resource and insurance professionals in health, wellness, benefits and self-funding. Winning individuals from companies ranging in size from 50- over 175,000 employees spanning many industries were honored.
The top 20 well-being professionals from various companies honored at the awards ceremony included Deloitte, American Airlines, Aon, Arthur J. Gallagher, Axion RMS, Nabholz Construction, Delta Airlines, Boulder County, Hallmark, Indiana University Health, Sequoia, Duke Realty, Riverside Hospital, LL Bean, Baylor Medical School, Martin County Government, PepsiCo, Target, Comcast NBC Universal and of course the list goes on to honor professionals from 80 other companies.
The National award culminates the conclusion of the annual application process that is evaluated by the Corporate Health & Wellness Association. Individuals are nominated from cities across the US and abroad and are honored for their innovative approach to well-being programs.
This awards program is administered by The Corporate Health & Wellness Association, an organization dedicated to bringing the latest statistics and education to employers and insurance professionals across the United States and beyond.
The Well-being 100® submission process involved completing an online application process allowing individuals to be praised in categories streaming from excellence in over 27 categories including Corporate Social Responsibility, Smoking Cessation, Disease Prevention and Management, Sleep Health, Mental Health and more.
From there, applicants completed a more comprehensive and qualitative survey describing their wellness programs. Applicants were judged on their vision for their wellness program, company culture, expertise, population health initiatives, feedback process, metrics tracked, and technological prowess.
"This year, we fielded a record-level of applications for this award, and one takeaway from these applications stood above everything else," said Jonathan Edleheit co-founder of Global Healthcare Resources and of the Well-being 100® Awards Program.
"Leading companies with top accolades in their health & well-being programs simply wouldn't happen without the passionate men and women who develop, implement and drive this force!"
A full list of 2018's Well-being 100® Award Recipients is available at https://us.healthcarerevolution.com/awards/well-being-100/. In the coming months, the Corporate Health & Wellness Association team is expected to release more content surrounding this year's applicants, including write-ups on their most successful wellness programs.