Celebrating Wisconsin Organizations
who are Taking an Impactful & Innovative Approach
presented by the Wellness Council of Wisconsin
(Waukesha, WI)- The Wellness Council of Wisconsin (WCWI) is honored to recognize the significant accomplishments of Wisconsin’s 2020 Well Workplaces. These organizations have embraced a broader kind of health and wellbeing and recognize the importance of creating a health promoting environment and culture that support the evolved concepts of the Well Workplace process. To date, in 2020, WI contains 52% of all Well Workplace Awards achieved in the nation.
Platinum Well Workplace Award
implements a comprehensive initiative that is strategic and integral to the business
Gold Well Workplace Award
initiates a comprehensive initiative that supports a clear and unique vision for wellness
Silver Well Workplace Award
aligns efforts with the organization's priorities
County of Sheboygan | Sheboygan, WI
Regional Enterprises Inc. | Ashland, WI
St. Nicholas Hospital | Sheboygan, WI
The Vollrath Company, LLC | Sheboygan, WI
Werner Electric Supply Company | Appleton, WI
Bronze Well Workplace Award
demonstrates a solid foundation for success
"These organizations have clearly demonstrated their commitment to protect and enhance the health and well-being of their employees. By meeting the comprehensive standards necessary to achieve a Well Workplace Award, they are prioritizing the well-being of their employees as a foundation of their culture,” said Wellness Council of Wisconsin’s Executive Director, Marissa Kalkman.
Since 2011, WCWI has supported member employers in 650 consultations on the Well Workplace checklist, Well Workplace Award, Benchmark components and Well City involvement. Since 2014, WCWI has supported over 200 employers in their achievement of a Well Workplace Award designation
The Well Workplace Award designation is awarded throughout the year to employers from around the nation that have implemented corporate health initiatives to improve the lives of their employees. The Well Workplace Awards initiative is driven by a rigorous set of criteria outlined in WELCOA’s seven benchmarks to a results-oriented Well Workplace. Since its inception in 1991, over 1,000 organizations, ranging from educational institutions to non-profit and profit sectors have joined the list of “America’s Healthiest Companies” by receiving the Well Workplace Award.