CLEARWATER, Florida – Cigna selected the City of Clearwater as the recipient of its annual Cigna Wellness Award for demonstrating its strong commitment to improving the health and well-being of its employees through a workplace wellness program.
The city’s wellness team is committed to creating a range of wellness activities for its workforce aimed at helping employees adopt healthy lifestyles and take action to improve their health.
“In the City of Clearwater, the health of employees is our top priority,” said Jennifer Poirrier, city director of human resources. “We are honored to have been selected as recipients of the Cigna Well-Being Award. We understand the important role that employee well-being plays in the success of an organization.
Poor health impacts workers, as well as employers. A national Cigna resilience study found that two-thirds of full-time employees are at risk of not being able to overcome challenges, which can lead to lower job satisfaction, lower performance and higher turnover. high. Employers can help build the resilience of their workforce by emphasizing holistic health management and providing tools and resources. Successful wellness programs, as enacted in the Town of Clearwater, help address these organizational challenges.
“Creating a healthy work environment is a growing priority for many organizations, including the City of Clearwater,” said Christopher Baker, Wellness Coordinator. “Many employers are seeing health care costs go down as a result of wellness initiatives. “
Cigna Well-Being Award nominees are assessed based on the essential elements of their wellness program, including leadership engagement, company culture, strategy and goals, implementation and commitment employees. All applications are scored and reviewed by a panel of health promotion experts from Cigna.
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