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    Business First Healthiest Employer Award #own #your #own #business #ideas

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    Business First Healthiest Employer Award

    The University of Louisville was chosen as the 2010 Healthiest Employer in the 5,000-employee-plus category of Business First’s inaugural Greater Louisville’s Healthiest Employers awards program. The winners in each of the five categories were announced at a luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010 in the Cascade Ballroom at the Louisville International Convention Center. A special publication profiling the finalists was included in the Nov. 19 issue of Business First.

    Additional Media recognition:

    Health Fitness Corporation’s monthly newsletter, HealthWire: December 2010 edition

    Excerpt From UofL Today

    Business First awards UofL as healthiest employer

    by UofL Today — l Nov 18, 2010

    The University of Louisville is the healthiest employer in Louisville of companies with 5,000 or more employees.

    Get Healthy Now director Patricia Benson accepted the Business First award at a Nov. 18 luncheon at the Kentucky International Convention Center.

    The luncheon, said Business First publisher Tom Monahan, not only paid tribute to the 15 award finalists (three in each of five categories by business size), but it also was a way to help employers learn from each other how to create healthy workplaces.

    As he presented the awards, he asked each employer’s representative a question related to an aspect of his or her company’s program.

    Noting that UofL’s five-year-old Get Healthy Now program has a 70 percent participation rate among faculty and staff and that the number of insurance claims among participants is significantly lower than that among non-participants, Monahan asked Benson to explain the program’s success.

    Get Healthy Now is successful, she said, because of the support it has received since its beginning from President James Ramsey and Provost Shirley Willihnganz. She also explained that Get Healthy Now’s staff continually solicits feedback from its members on program components and works to tailor the program to their needs and wants.

    “It’s the employees’ program,” she said.

    Business First started the Healthiest Employer award this year and asked companies to complete a 75-question survey designed to measure six core areas of wellness:

    • cultural and leadership commitment;
    • foundation components;
    • strategic planning;
    • communications and marketing;
    • programming and intervention;
    • and reporting and analysis.

    Healthiest Employer LLC, in Indianapolis, developed the survey and scored the Louisville ones to determine the winners.

    Each of the finalists is featured in the publication “Healthiest Employers of Greater Louisville” that will be part of the Nov. 19 Business First paper.

    Besides UofL, the other two finalists in the 5,000-plus employees category were GE Appliances and Lighting and Norton Healthcare Inc.





    Business First Healthiest Employer Award #good #business #ideas

    #business first louisville

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    Business First Healthiest Employer Award

    The University of Louisville was chosen as the 2010 Healthiest Employer in the 5,000-employee-plus category of Business First’s inaugural Greater Louisville’s Healthiest Employers awards program. The winners in each of the five categories were announced at a luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010 in the Cascade Ballroom at the Louisville International Convention Center. A special publication profiling the finalists was included in the Nov. 19 issue of Business First.

    Additional Media recognition:

    Health Fitness Corporation’s monthly newsletter, HealthWire: December 2010 edition

    Excerpt From UofL Today

    Business First awards UofL as healthiest employer

    by UofL Today — l Nov 18, 2010

    The University of Louisville is the healthiest employer in Louisville of companies with 5,000 or more employees.

    Get Healthy Now director Patricia Benson accepted the Business First award at a Nov. 18 luncheon at the Kentucky International Convention Center.

    The luncheon, said Business First publisher Tom Monahan, not only paid tribute to the 15 award finalists (three in each of five categories by business size), but it also was a way to help employers learn from each other how to create healthy workplaces.

    As he presented the awards, he asked each employer’s representative a question related to an aspect of his or her company’s program.

    Noting that UofL’s five-year-old Get Healthy Now program has a 70 percent participation rate among faculty and staff and that the number of insurance claims among participants is significantly lower than that among non-participants, Monahan asked Benson to explain the program’s success.

    Get Healthy Now is successful, she said, because of the support it has received since its beginning from President James Ramsey and Provost Shirley Willihnganz. She also explained that Get Healthy Now’s staff continually solicits feedback from its members on program components and works to tailor the program to their needs and wants.

    “It’s the employees’ program,” she said.

    Business First started the Healthiest Employer award this year and asked companies to complete a 75-question survey designed to measure six core areas of wellness:

    • cultural and leadership commitment;
    • foundation components;
    • strategic planning;
    • communications and marketing;
    • programming and intervention;
    • and reporting and analysis.

    Healthiest Employer LLC, in Indianapolis, developed the survey and scored the Louisville ones to determine the winners.

    Each of the finalists is featured in the publication “Healthiest Employers of Greater Louisville” that will be part of the Nov. 19 Business First paper.

    Besides UofL, the other two finalists in the 5,000-plus employees category were GE Appliances and Lighting and Norton Healthcare Inc.





    Sacramento Business Journal names Digital Deployment – Healthiest Employer – in Sacramento

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    Sacramento Business Journal names Digital Deployment ‘Healthiest Employer’ in Sacramento

    The Sacramento Business Journal recently name Digital Deployment as the ‘Healthiest Employer’ for companies sized 10-99 people.

    Digital Deployment has made workplace wellness and maximizing what it calls “Happy Shiny People ” a top priority in its quest to recruit, retain, and empower the very best talent.

    Digital Deployment’s own unique approach to workplace wellness includes rigorous weekly quantitative analysis of its team’s personal check-ins, unlimited vacation policies, and other progressive measures.

    The measures, particularly unorthodox for a Sacramento small business, have attracted national attention. In January, Dr. Carolyn Chen, a prominent sociologist and author from Northwestern University, travelled to Sacramento to spend an entire day Digital Deployment, interviewing its Leadership team and learning about its culture.

    According to Dr. Chen, who had interviewed numerous Silicon-valley giants and other businesses with ambitious wellness programs, “What [Digital Deployment] has is truly incredible. No one is doing anything like this.”

    The rapidly-growing company has recently garnered other awards and was named one of the “Best Places to Work ” in Sacramento.

    Digital Deployment was recognized alongside other regional businesses at an award ceremony Friday, April 25, from 11:30 to 1:30 at the DoubleTree Sacramento.

    “Mac” (short for Michael Alan Clemmens) is the CEO of Digital Deployment. He is responsible for the growth of the company, recruiting and retaining top talent, and standing for Digital Deployment’s culture and values.

    Mac’s passion is empowering institutions, associations, and non-profits to communicate online and better connect with their users while teaching them how to build measurable and sustainable business value.

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    Sacramento, CA 95816





    Business First Healthiest Employer Award #business #management #degree

    #business first louisville

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    Business First Healthiest Employer Award

    The University of Louisville was chosen as the 2010 Healthiest Employer in the 5,000-employee-plus category of Business First’s inaugural Greater Louisville’s Healthiest Employers awards program. The winners in each of the five categories were announced at a luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010 in the Cascade Ballroom at the Louisville International Convention Center. A special publication profiling the finalists was included in the Nov. 19 issue of Business First.

    Additional Media recognition:

    Health Fitness Corporation’s monthly newsletter, HealthWire: December 2010 edition

    Excerpt From UofL Today

    Business First awards UofL as healthiest employer

    by UofL Today — l Nov 18, 2010

    The University of Louisville is the healthiest employer in Louisville of companies with 5,000 or more employees.

    Get Healthy Now director Patricia Benson accepted the Business First award at a Nov. 18 luncheon at the Kentucky International Convention Center.

    The luncheon, said Business First publisher Tom Monahan, not only paid tribute to the 15 award finalists (three in each of five categories by business size), but it also was a way to help employers learn from each other how to create healthy workplaces.

    As he presented the awards, he asked each employer’s representative a question related to an aspect of his or her company’s program.

    Noting that UofL’s five-year-old Get Healthy Now program has a 70 percent participation rate among faculty and staff and that the number of insurance claims among participants is significantly lower than that among non-participants, Monahan asked Benson to explain the program’s success.

    Get Healthy Now is successful, she said, because of the support it has received since its beginning from President James Ramsey and Provost Shirley Willihnganz. She also explained that Get Healthy Now’s staff continually solicits feedback from its members on program components and works to tailor the program to their needs and wants.

    “It’s the employees’ program,” she said.

    Business First started the Healthiest Employer award this year and asked companies to complete a 75-question survey designed to measure six core areas of wellness:

    • cultural and leadership commitment;
    • foundation components;
    • strategic planning;
    • communications and marketing;
    • programming and intervention;
    • and reporting and analysis.

    Healthiest Employer LLC, in Indianapolis, developed the survey and scored the Louisville ones to determine the winners.

    Each of the finalists is featured in the publication “Healthiest Employers of Greater Louisville” that will be part of the Nov. 19 Business First paper.

    Besides UofL, the other two finalists in the 5,000-plus employees category were GE Appliances and Lighting and Norton Healthcare Inc.





    Business First Healthiest Employer Award #ideas #for #business

    #business first louisville

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    Business First Healthiest Employer Award

    The University of Louisville was chosen as the 2010 Healthiest Employer in the 5,000-employee-plus category of Business First’s inaugural Greater Louisville’s Healthiest Employers awards program. The winners in each of the five categories were announced at a luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010 in the Cascade Ballroom at the Louisville International Convention Center. A special publication profiling the finalists was included in the Nov. 19 issue of Business First.

    Additional Media recognition:

    Health Fitness Corporation’s monthly newsletter, HealthWire: December 2010 edition

    Excerpt From UofL Today

    Business First awards UofL as healthiest employer

    by UofL Today — l Nov 18, 2010

    The University of Louisville is the healthiest employer in Louisville of companies with 5,000 or more employees.

    Get Healthy Now director Patricia Benson accepted the Business First award at a Nov. 18 luncheon at the Kentucky International Convention Center.

    The luncheon, said Business First publisher Tom Monahan, not only paid tribute to the 15 award finalists (three in each of five categories by business size), but it also was a way to help employers learn from each other how to create healthy workplaces.

    As he presented the awards, he asked each employer’s representative a question related to an aspect of his or her company’s program.

    Noting that UofL’s five-year-old Get Healthy Now program has a 70 percent participation rate among faculty and staff and that the number of insurance claims among participants is significantly lower than that among non-participants, Monahan asked Benson to explain the program’s success.

    Get Healthy Now is successful, she said, because of the support it has received since its beginning from President James Ramsey and Provost Shirley Willihnganz. She also explained that Get Healthy Now’s staff continually solicits feedback from its members on program components and works to tailor the program to their needs and wants.

    “It’s the employees’ program,” she said.

    Business First started the Healthiest Employer award this year and asked companies to complete a 75-question survey designed to measure six core areas of wellness:

    • cultural and leadership commitment;
    • foundation components;
    • strategic planning;
    • communications and marketing;
    • programming and intervention;
    • and reporting and analysis.

    Healthiest Employer LLC, in Indianapolis, developed the survey and scored the Louisville ones to determine the winners.

    Each of the finalists is featured in the publication “Healthiest Employers of Greater Louisville” that will be part of the Nov. 19 Business First paper.

    Besides UofL, the other two finalists in the 5,000-plus employees category were GE Appliances and Lighting and Norton Healthcare Inc.





    Business First Healthiest Employer Award #business #contracts

    #business first louisville

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    Business First Healthiest Employer Award

    The University of Louisville was chosen as the 2010 Healthiest Employer in the 5,000-employee-plus category of Business First’s inaugural Greater Louisville’s Healthiest Employers awards program. The winners in each of the five categories were announced at a luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010 in the Cascade Ballroom at the Louisville International Convention Center. A special publication profiling the finalists was included in the Nov. 19 issue of Business First.

    Additional Media recognition:

    Health Fitness Corporation’s monthly newsletter, HealthWire: December 2010 edition

    Excerpt From UofL Today

    Business First awards UofL as healthiest employer

    by UofL Today — l Nov 18, 2010

    The University of Louisville is the healthiest employer in Louisville of companies with 5,000 or more employees.

    Get Healthy Now director Patricia Benson accepted the Business First award at a Nov. 18 luncheon at the Kentucky International Convention Center.

    The luncheon, said Business First publisher Tom Monahan, not only paid tribute to the 15 award finalists (three in each of five categories by business size), but it also was a way to help employers learn from each other how to create healthy workplaces.

    As he presented the awards, he asked each employer’s representative a question related to an aspect of his or her company’s program.

    Noting that UofL’s five-year-old Get Healthy Now program has a 70 percent participation rate among faculty and staff and that the number of insurance claims among participants is significantly lower than that among non-participants, Monahan asked Benson to explain the program’s success.

    Get Healthy Now is successful, she said, because of the support it has received since its beginning from President James Ramsey and Provost Shirley Willihnganz. She also explained that Get Healthy Now’s staff continually solicits feedback from its members on program components and works to tailor the program to their needs and wants.

    “It’s the employees’ program,” she said.

    Business First started the Healthiest Employer award this year and asked companies to complete a 75-question survey designed to measure six core areas of wellness:

    • cultural and leadership commitment;
    • foundation components;
    • strategic planning;
    • communications and marketing;
    • programming and intervention;
    • and reporting and analysis.

    Healthiest Employer LLC, in Indianapolis, developed the survey and scored the Louisville ones to determine the winners.

    Each of the finalists is featured in the publication “Healthiest Employers of Greater Louisville” that will be part of the Nov. 19 Business First paper.

    Besides UofL, the other two finalists in the 5,000-plus employees category were GE Appliances and Lighting and Norton Healthcare Inc.