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  • Pima County Earns 2020 Aetna Workplace Well-being Award

    Aug 14, 2020 | Read More News
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    Aetna Award SilverPima County Employee Wellness is proud to announce that we have received an Above and Beyond Silver level Aetna Workplace Well-being Award. As an employer with a strong commitment to improving the health of our employees, we feature a well-crafted, comprehensive wellness strategy that our employees are passionate about. This award is the culmination of our employees’ desire to live healthier, more active lives and make wellness a priority.  

    Our comprehensive workplace wellness program focuses on creating and maintaining a healthy lifestyle through a variety of programs, activities and events.

    “I’m proud to be part of an organization that emphasizes wellness of all types,” says Erin Higdon, Wellness Program Manager. “Healthy employees live longer, more active lives inside and outside the workplace. This recognition shows both the wellness program’s positive impact on employees and employees’ willingness to take advantage of these offerings and take charge of their health. Congratulations to all of our employees!”

    About the Award
    Employers complete the award application using data from their most recent 12-month program year. This includes information on their well-being strategy and design, communications and organizational engagement, and program implementation and evaluation.

    Available to Aetna middle market and public and labor employer segments in the United States with a minimum of 100 employees. This includes fully-insured and self-funded employers with an Aetna medical plan.

    A peer review committee made up of wellness professionals with an average of 25 years of experience reviewed and scored all applications based on pre-defined criteria.

    Awards established in 2017.