• Cigna Well-Being Award – Outstanding Culture of Well-Being

    2021, 2019, 2013 & Certificate of Achievement 2018

    Applicants were evaluated based on various components of their wellness program, including the overall infrastructure of the wellness program (management support, goals, branding of the program), workplace environment (i.e. policies) program implementation, data collection, incentives and overall participation.  In the Mid-Atlantic Region, 13 applications were submitted and 6 were recognized for exceptional programs.

     

    Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce Healthy Business Challenge - Platinum Level

    2018, 2017, 2016, 2013

    The Healthy Business Challenge was created to recognize and honor Loudoun businesses that have implemented innovative programs and policies designed to promote the wellness and productivity of their employees, while helping to keep rising insurance and other health-related costs in check.  Applicants were evaluated based on communication/education, disease prevention, nutrition, fitness, company policies, self care and stress management and other innovative programs and initiatives.

     

    American Heart Association Fit! Friendly Award

    2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 – Gold Level

    Applicants were evaluated based on a demonstrated implementation of a specific number of “physical,” “nutrition,” and “culture” activities.

    2011, 2012, 2013– Platinum Level

    Applicants were evaluated based on a demonstrated implementation of all of the gold criteria AND at least one behavior change and at least one cost savings outcome or positive return on investment.

     

    Directors of Health Promotion and Education (DHPE)

    School Employee Wellness (SEW) Program

    April 24, 2013 – Gold Level

    School employee health is one area that DHPE has focused its work on - with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  In 2009, DHPE implemented an awards program to recognize schools/districts that have implemented school employee wellness programs that promote employee health, improve workforce productivity and reduce the costs of employee absenteeism and healthcare.  A total of 56 schools/districts from around the country submitted applications for DHPE’s 2013 School Employee Wellness awards program, and nine were recognized.  We received a $1000 grant and are featured on the DHPE Website.

      

    Washington Business Journal - Greater Washington’s Healthiest Employers of 2013

    Ranking of the 50 recipients announced at Event on September 19th

    August 8, 2013

    This is the 3rd Annual Greater Washington’s Healthiest Employers Awards.  The awards program recognizes organizations that are committed to creating a healthy workplace and measures wellness programming in six key categories:  culture and leadership commitment, foundational components, strategic planning, communication and marketing, programming and interventions, reporting and analysis.

     

    The Healthiest 100 Employers in America

    January 15, 2014

    #84 based on:  

    Remarkable diversity.
    Representing employers of all sizes, all regions and all industries, these organizations have comprehensively incorporated the most vital corporate wellness practices.

    Strategic thought leadership.
    They demonstrate truly strategic thought leadership and vision regarding their organization’s role within the broader healthcare environment. These employers have moved beyond healthy living soundbites to the development of a practical, effective and continuously improving framework for creating a substainably healthy workplace.

    Exceptional awareness.
    They have deep and detailed insight into their own organizations and their workforces–and they display an equally well-informed understanding of the external business and community factors that influence and respond to the direction and content of their wellness initiatives.

     

    Directors of Health Promotion and Education (DHPE) School Employee Wellness (SEW) Program

    April 24, 2013 – Gold Level

    School employee health is one area that DHPE has focused its work on - with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  In 2009, DHPE implemented an awards program to recognize schools/districts that have implemented school employee wellness programs that promote employee health, improve workforce productivity and reduce the costs of employee absenteeism and healthcare.  A total of 56 schools/districts from around the country submitted applications for DHPE’s 2013 School Employee Wellness awards program, and nine were recognized.  We received a $1000 grant and are featured on the DHPE Website.

     

Last Modified on September 9, 2021