2024 Healthiest Employers of South Florida

In partnership with Springbuk, we are excited to announce our honorees for the 2024 Healthiest Employers of South Florida!

2024 Healthiest Employers of South Florida

2024 Winners

Healthiest Employers® was started in 2009 as a way to celebrate companies that are putting their people first by investing in the health of their employees. In partnership with Springbuk, we are pleased to announce the 2024 Healthiest Employers of South Florida. 

Each company filled out our annual Healthiest Employers application. The responses are scored Rubric style 1-100 scale. The assessment is comprised of six categories with yes/no, multiple choice, and short answer questions, with each question totaling .25-3 points. A Healthiest Employers Index (HEI) is assigned to each application to help rank among companies of similar sizes. For information on how the applications are scored, please visit our methodology page here

Sarasota, located in South Florida, ranked #1 on the Top 25 Best Places to Live in the United States, according to Real Estate News. Additionally, 11 of the 25 Fastest Growing Cities in the United States are located in the state of Florida.With so many people moving to the area and calling Florida home, employers in the state must care for their employees and their families.

In the years following the COVID-19 pandemic, a heavily discussed topic has been whether to return to the traditional office or stay on a hybrid/remote work model. Our South Florida applicants reported that:

  • 22.7% work completely in the office or on-site
  • 40.9% report that they are on a hybrid schedule with certain days/times in the office
  • 31.8% only provide specific roles or teams with work-from-home opportunities
  • 4.5% are considered a fully remote workforce

Some interesting health and wellness trends among this year’s South Florida applicants include: 

– Career development opportunities are becoming increasingly sought out by top talent. Our South Florida applicants reported:

  • 95.5% offer tuition reimbursement opportunities to help employees elevate their careers
  • 72.7% have formal mentoring programs that help employees meet with coworkers and learn from experienced professionals
  • 63.6% provide employees with annual stipends to attend courses or conventions

– Financial health is so important to one’s overall health. Last year, only 44% of Americans reported being able to cover an unplanned $1,000 emergency and 58% of Americans believe that money is controlling their lives. Employees with this mindset are not going to be able to bring their best selves to work. 100% of South Florida applicants provide access to financial planners and advisors to help combat these rising anxiety-inducing issues. Additionally, 81.8% report 401(k) matching and 36.4% have offered dependent scholarship programs to help working parents offset the rising costs of higher education.

– Mental wellness continues to be a high priority among employers across the country:

  • 100% offer virtual counseling or therapy options to employees for easy access to mental health resources
  • 72.7% provide access to mobile apps such as Calm and Headspace
  • 59.1% have peer support groups in place to address common stresses, challenges, and obstacles
  • 54.5% have introduced Mental Health First Aid Certifications to teach the skills necessary to respond to peers’ signs of mental illness

95.5% emphasize the importance of giving back by offering employees with various volunteer options in their communities.

Congratulations to all of our winners this year! Please note that employee counts are based on their national full-time employee count and company headquarters.

25 to 249 Employees

1st Bilzin Sumberg

217 Employees

Bilzin Sumberg is a legal services organization with clients across the globe. The firm’s growth has paralleled that of its Miami home base, a region known for its rich cultural, social, and professional diversity.

The wellness program at Bilzin Sumberg provides tailored programming to meet the diverse needs of the workforce. It includes personalized one-on-one on-site health coach sessions covering nutrition, exercise, post-rehabilitation, and injury prevention, along with individual ergonomic sessions to reduce stress and prevent injuries. In 2023, the program provided 750 private health coach sessions, resulting in significant improvements in employee happiness and engagement. Technology plays a key role in supporting health initiatives. The Employee Assistance Program provides confidential counseling services and on-demand virtual mindfulness classes are available through apps like Calm. Virtual meeting platforms help facilitate communication and collaboration to keep hybrid and remote teams engaged.

Community service is also a significant focus on strengthening Bilzin Sumberg’s culture. On March 5, 2023, nearly 140 attorneys, staff, family members, and counterparts from United Way volunteered to enhance the SSJ Health Foundation Clinic, a free local clinic that serves uninsured and underserved members of the community.

“I take immense pride in our organization's wellness programming because it reflects our unwavering commitment to the holistic well-being of our employees. Our wellness initiatives not only prioritize physical health but also encompass mental and emotional well-being, fostering a supportive and thriving work environment.” –Michelle Weber, Chief Operating Officer

2nd Aimco

Denver, Colorado (Local Office: Miami) 
58 Employees

Aimco is a diversified real estate company primarily focused on value add and opportunistic investments, targeting the U.S. multifamily sector.

Aimco takes employee feedback very seriously when it comes to wellness programming. In 2020, they did a complete review and overhaul of their benefits offerings and utilized suggestions from employees when identifying new programs. Leadership implemented a 16-week leave policy for new mothers and fathers, included options with deductibles as low as $250, and added an annual $900 Wellness Fund, allowing health-related. 

Aimco supports various wellness pillars through diverse initiatives. These include multiple healthcare coverage options, a robust Employee Assistance Program (EAP), a generous Wellness Fund, a Wellness Room, and a game room with ping pong. Employees enjoy healthy snacks and drinks daily, as well as weekly team breakfasts and lunches. Financial seminars are provided through Fidelity, and all-team meetings, such as the one in Washington, DC, in March 2024, foster communication and collaboration. The Aimco Cares Program also encourages community involvement, offering paid volunteer hours for at least 16 hours per year.

“In 2024, Aimco began offering coverage for prescription weight loss medications. As someone who has struggled with weight for years, but couldn’t afford to pay for weight loss prescription drugs, I was extremely grateful to be able to utilize this new offering. I feel like Aimco does its best to make us feel as though we are the company's number one asset, and I truly appreciate being cared about by my employer when it comes to my total wellness.” –Anonymous Aimco Employee

3rd Bentek

Palm Beach Gardens
37 Employees

Bentek is a benefits administration technology company that provides a solution to employers to streamline their benefits administration and enrollment processes.

The organization's most unique and successful benefit is the Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) Funding incentive, designed to promote better healthcare consumption and reward employees for maintaining active and healthy lifestyles. Employees can earn up to $1,000 in their HRA for the following year by completing items from a designated menu. An annual physical plus one other preventive screening is required to access the earned funds. Preventive visits are given higher value to emphasize their importance.

Employees can submit proof of preventive care to earn funding for many activities including:

  • Annual Physical
  • Dental Checkups
  • Vision Screening
  • Hearing Screening
  • Skin Cancer Screening
  • Bone Density Screening
  • 240,000 Steps per month
  • Gym usage 
  • Monthly 5k Events
  • Volunteering
  • Onsite/Virtual Wellness Session Attendance
  • And much more

This program encourages preventive care and active participation in wellness activities, benefiting both employees and the organization.

"The Wellness program at our work encouraged me to create and maintain healthier habits and routines. I am now consistent with setting up doctor’s appointments, and make sure to get all of my routine checks taken care of. This has affected every area of my life as with routine doctor’s visits, I am now on the correct medications, have made sure to keep up with daily tasks (looking at you flossing), and overall bring up any issues I may have far before they are a problem. Bentek's wellness program has set me on the path for long-term success and I am grateful we have such a robust program with so many benefits and perks." -Tiffany Hunter

250 to 1,499 Employees

1st Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller, PBC

West Palm Beach
601 Employees

The Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller, Palm Beach County is a public trustee, responsible for safeguarding public records and taxpayer money. They employ a diverse workforce of skilled professionals at many different locations throughout Palm Beach County.

A unique addition to their wellness program is the employer-paid Gympass access, which provides employees with access to a wide range of fitness facilities, including gyms, studios, and clubs across the US. Employees can choose activities that suit their preferences, such as yoga, HIIT, or weightlifting. They also have the option to work with virtual personal trainers from home, receiving personalized guidance. The program encompasses mental and emotional health support, including mental health resources, stress management, and mindfulness.

Mental health is a key focus, with initiatives including Mental Health First Aid certification, workshops, lunch and learn sessions, EAP, and onsite counseling. Volunteerism is encouraged, with compensatory time for participating employees, fostering a sense of purpose and emotional well-being through community engagement. To address financial stress, the office provides financial management workshops, lunch-and-learns, and promotes the establishment of 457b retirement accounts alongside a defined benefit plan. 

“The diverse options offered to us, at little to no employee cost, encourage us and consistently remind us that we are important. Not just for the obvious contributions via our labor, but as individuals.” –Nathanie Serrano, IT Supervisor

2nd Children’s Home Society of Florida

Orlando (Local Office: Miami)
1,031 Employees
2023 Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America Winner

Healthiest Employers Hall of Fame Member

CHS delivers the right services at the right time to help children and families through the most difficult times of their lives. They work to help keep more kids safe at home with their families, giving parents confidence and opportunities to build upon their strengths, and empowering them to raise their children in healthy, nurturing homes.

The Wellness Program at Children’s Home Society of Florida is home to many unique offerings for all team members. The variety of programs ensures that there is something for everyone. Examples include $0 copays for diabetic medicine and supplies to help break down barriers to compliance, dental premium holidays, discounts on Noom weight loss support, and free fitness classes. They also offer premium discounts for getting a routine physical exam and completing a health exam, which has helped achieve 53% compliance for annual exams, 33% for cervical exams, and 47% for mammograms. To encourage participation, team members earn points for completing items on the portal throughout the year and once they reach the goal, they are entered into a drawing for a prize. 44% of our population is currently using the portal, with 4,160 log-ins and 13.65 million steps logged in 2023. 

“Wellness is embedded throughout our culture at CHS. Our teams give their all every day to empower Florida's children and families, so we strive to provide them with the tools necessary to achieve their goals and live a well-balanced life. We also understand the importance of mental health support, especially for child welfare warriors like our own, so we're honored to provide meditation rooms in many of our offices across the state, as well as other trauma-informed resources. I'm thankful for the partnership we share with team members and the support we provide in their wellness journey. Together, we can grow stronger, live well, and continue making a difference for Florida's families.” –Andry Sweet, Chief Executive Officer

3rd City of Coconut Creek

Coconut Creek
480 Employees

The City of Coconut Creek is a full-service municipality located within the northern central portion of Broward County, the second most populated county in the State. With an estimated population of 61,000 Coconut Creek is the 56th largest city in Florida and the 714th largest city in the United States. Additionally, Safewise, a community ratings website, named Coconut Creek as one of the 50 safest cities in Florida. Coconut Creek has evolved into a diverse, thriving community and plans to continue its mission to provide exceptional, responsive, and sustainable services for its residents, businesses, visitors, and employees.

The City of Coconut Creek offers a variety of benefits offerings to its employees, which include but are not limited to, on-site biometric health screenings and health risk assessments, free and discounted gym memberships to encourage employees to exercise and stay physically active, mental health support and counseling services, nutrition education, and on-site wellness challenges and interactive activities. The Coconut Creek wellness program has been designed to benefit all employees and encourages employees to get out of their comfort zones to try new activities and resources! The health screenings are a great way for employees to stay proactive as it relates to their blood pressure, cholesterol, BMI measurements, and overall health.

Several wellness challenges are rolled out throughout the year, which include hydration and walking challenges to encourage healthy behaviors and friendly competition among employees.

“The City's wellness program has been a transformative force in my life. Through its diverse offerings, from fitness and hydration challenges to mental health resources, I've experienced a remarkable improvement in my overall well-being. Regular education sessions have boosted my energy levels and mood, while mindfulness workshops have equipped me with invaluable coping strategies.” –Anonymous Team Member

4th City of Delray Beach

Delray Beach
900 Employees

The City of Delray Beach is a municipality in South Florida, located in the greater Miami-Ft. Lauderdale area. 

Employees who participate in biometric screenings and complete a health risk assessment have the opportunity to reduce employee health plan premiums and earn an additional $1,500 in HRA funds. Last year, approximately 30% of employees completed both and 83% are consistently engaging in the Sworkit Health app for regular exercise.

Throughout the year, they host several on-site mobile screenings and preventive services. Subject matter experts on financial mental, and physical are invited to speak to employees on various topics. Fresh fruit is delivered to all departments biweekly, on-site fitness classes are available consistently, and cooking classes are offered twice annually to provide additional opportunities and resources for wellness education.

“I am proud of how our wellness program has evolved over the past decade to promote all pillars of well-being and include consistent and innovative wellness offerings.” –Alexa DeFranco, Benefits Manager

5th City of Doral

473 Employees

The City of Doral is committed to providing and serving the community by relentlessly pursuing the highest quality of life through efficient, sustainable, transparent, ethical, and accountable government.

Their wellness program continues to innovate with the introduction of the newest addition to its lineup, Chopped Doral Kitchen. Building on the success of its existing wellness initiatives, Chopped Doral Kitchen takes employee engagement to the next level by combining the excitement of a cooking competition with the benefits of healthy living. This program takes inspiration from the popular cooking competition show "Chopped" and encourages employees to showcase their culinary skills while preparing nutritious meals. employee morale has increased significantly since the program's inception. By providing employees with an opportunity to participate in a fun and engaging activity, the city has fostered a sense of camaraderie and teamwork among its workforce. Additionally, the program has been effective in promoting healthy eating habits among employees. Approximately 40% of new hires attended wellness programs because of this offering. Not only has it improved employee morale and fostered a healthier workplace culture, but it has also helped the city attract and retain top talent. As the program continues to grow and evolve, it will remain a cornerstone of the city's wellness initiatives for years to come.

“One of the most remarkable aspects of the program is the sense of community it has fostered within Doral. Thanks to the well-being program, we've not only experienced positive changes in our physical health but also in our overall quality of life. I'm truly grateful for the opportunity to be a part of such a nurturing and empowering community, and I look forward to continuing this journey towards a healthier, happier lifestyle." –Juliana De La Ossa

6th AIR Communities

Denver, Colorado (Local Office: Miami Beach)
776 Employees

AIR Communities is the owner and operator of best-in-quality apartment communities across the United States. AIR Communities professionally manages high-quality properties in most major markets, including Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Los Angeles, and Miami. Our communities are managed by outstanding teammates who provide best-in-class customer service.

AIR Communities prioritizes team well-being with a unique approach to time off and flexibility. They structure time off to accommodate personal needs, like childcare or appointments, and in 2023, corporate teammates enjoy summer hours with early Fridays and an extra day off after Thanksgiving, and onsite staff received extended paid holidays. For new parents, AIR offers a generous and industry-leading parental leave program. The success of this approach is evident in our high 2023 team engagement score of 4.41 out of 5, with nearly 80% participation. This statistic highlights how much our team values the flexibility and support offered by AIR Communities.

“Encouraging healthy habits leads to more energy, better ideas, and stronger connections. We were early adopters of High Deductible Health Plans with Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). This empowers our teammates to make informed decisions about their health, incentivizes healthy choices, and allows them to invest in their long-term well-being. It's a win-win – a healthier team that's financially prepared for the future – and that's something we're incredibly proud of.” –Keith Kimmel, President, Property Operations

7th Diocese of Palm Beach

Palm Beach Gardens
1,057 Employees

The Diocese of Palm Beach (DOPB) is a non-profit organization that strives to meet employees' and parishioners' spiritual, emotional, and physical needs. They provide many programs to the community, especially those disadvantaged, elderly, immigrants, expecting mothers, and many more through outreach programs and parishes. 

One of the most unique benefit offerings is their relationship with Tria Health, a point solution that offers support with pharmaceutical therapies and prescriptions ordered to ensure the appropriateness of dosage, drug interaction, and usage directions. This service helps provide an advocate for new medications and helps provide an understanding of how to ensure prescriptions are taken appropriately. 

The nature of the organization as a Catholic Diocese, depicts their commitment to employee wellness through physical, mental, social, community, and spiritual health.

“Participating in the well-being program within the Diocese of Palm Beach has been transformative both physically and spiritually. Through initiatives like walking challenges, monthly newsletters, webinars, health fairs, and lunch and learns, I've embraced a healthier lifestyle. The physical impact has been remarkable; walking challenges have boosted my activity levels while fostering a sense of community. Integrating faith into wellness has been profound.” –Anonymous Employee

1,500 to 4,999 Employees

1st BankUnited, N.A.

Miami Lakes
1,264 Employees
2023 Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America Winner

BankUnited, N.A., a wholly-owned subsidiary of BankUnited, Inc., is one of the largest independent depository institutions headquartered in Florida, providing a broad range of consumer and commercial banking products and services to individuals, small businesses, middle-market companies, large corporations, and institutions. BankUnited operates banking centers throughout Florida and New York. 

BankUnited’s wellness program has gained significant visibility and was featured in local news throughout Miami and Broward Counties. The program continues to see over 90% engagement due to various in-person and virtual participation options. In response to the global pandemic in 2020, the company expanded its offerings to include disease management education, with regular webinars featuring local physicians. New initiatives based on employee requests include a 6-week diabetes management program and a mental health identity program. On-site services now also feature skin cancer screenings, dental services, mammograms, eye examinations, and therapeutic workshops. In 2024, a Cancer Support Group led by employee survivors will launch, alongside adoption clinics and volunteer opportunities in partnership with the Humane Society.

“The BankUnited Employee Wellness Program has served as a critical component of my exercise and wellness program since its inception. The convenience of having a state-of-the-art fitness center just steps away provides greater flexibility in the times I can exercise and eliminates many excuses with going to the gym. I have also found that the group classes offer a variety so badly missing from what was my normal routine. It is a true benefit for employees. Additionally, the wellness programming has addressed a number of very important issues that impact our employees daily. I am proud to participate and encourage my teams to engage.” –Juana Sanchez, Bank Operations

2nd Royal Caribbean Group

3,452 Employees
2023 Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America Winner

Royal Caribbean Group (RCG), is the world's second-largest cruise line operator. RCG fully owns three cruise lines: Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, and Silversea Cruises.

Royal Caribbean Group just launched three new benefit programs, Wondr, Hello Heart, and Hinge Health. These programs offer employees and eligible dependents access at no cost. Wondr is a digital weight-loss program, based on behavioral science, that teaches employees sustainable skills to lose weight, stress less, and feel their best, while still enjoying the foods they love. The program is personalized to each participant based on their eating behaviors and activity levels. Hello Heart is a digital therapeutic resource focused exclusively on heart health. Employees are given a connected monitor and digital coaching app that uses AI, behavioral science, and personalized digital coaching to drive lifestyle changes. Hinge Health is a digital musculoskeletal clinic for joint and muscle pain that combines expert clinical care and advanced technology to help employees move beyond pain, avoid unnecessary surgeries, and reduce opioid use.

It is imperative that employees and their families feel supported no matter what health challenges they may be facing. Offering digital solutions also ensures that employees are given time back in their day, so they can focus on the things that bring them the most joy. This in return fosters a healthy, productive work-life culture.

“RCG has allowed me flexibility and work-life balance in a way I have never experienced at other companies. Being a working mom requires a constant juggling of work and family priorities. Those are easier to juggle because of the flexibility afforded me. Friday work from home and early release allows for time with no commute and an extra hour for doctor appointments and needs for my son. An onsite daycare allows me to not have to waste the commute time that I could be spending with my family. The ease of these resources makes commitment to my work easier and I am so grateful.” –Anonymous Employee

3rd CITY Furniture

2,435 Employees

CITY Furniture is a furniture retailer with 30 showroom locations and four distribution centers throughout the state of Florida with plans for continued growth. Their purpose is to enrich people's lives and make the world a better place.

One of their most popular benefits is the Health and Wellness Center located at the corporate office and a nearby health clinic where employees can receive free services. All associates and their dependents are eligible for this benefit upon hire and are not required to be enrolled in CITY’s medical plan to access these services. Employees can save $1,000 on their insurance premiums by completing their annual physical, biometric screenings, and health risk assessments.

The company fosters a culture of open communication and encourages employees to seek help with health and wellness. Additionally, they partner with various financial institutes to offer financial wellness programs, workshops, and resources to help Associates manage their finances effectively. This includes retirement planning assistance, financial education seminars, and access to financial advisors.

“The wellness program has been instrumental in my weight loss journey, providing invaluable coaching and consistent accountability through monthly check-ins. Thanks to his guidance and support, I have successfully shed 50 pounds and continue progressing towards my health goals. Moreover, under his guidance, I've developed a healthier relationship with food, fostering sustainable habits for long-term well-being.” –Monique Campbell, Safety Professional

4th Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.

4,483 Employees

Norwegian Crise Line is a leading global cruise company with a portfolio of three award-winning brands and a vision to be the vacation of choice for everyone around the world. They set themselves apart with their modern fleet, robust growth profile, and innovative, best-in-class product offerings.

The team member cruise benefit was ranked as the highest auxiliary benefit in Norwegian’s 2023 employee survey with over 69% of employees ranking it as the most valued benefit. The program allows team members and their families to enjoy discounts on all NCL ships. The revamped program was launched in May 2023 and they saw 1,000 team member sailings and 1,500 friends and family reservations from May to October 2023.

To address return-to-work policies after the COVID-19 pandemic, Norwegian Cruise  Lines has implemented a 4:1 workweek structure for all team members with a regular Monday–Thursday office schedule and work-from-home Fridays. They also launched a Maternity Transition Program, which emphasizes a phased approach to transition back to the office full-time for new moms during their first three months returning to work after the birth of their child.

“Our commitment to the health and wellness of our team members is unwavering. We understand that supporting our team members’ mental and physical well-being and their family members’ needs is vitally important. The addition of paid family leave combined with our staggered transition back to the office schedule for returning mothers, free Care.com membership, and subsidized emergency backup care, has made a meaningful impact on our team members who are parents.” –Lynn White, EVP & Chief of Talent Officer

5,000+ Employees

1st Broward County Government

Ft. Lauderdale
6,600 Employees
2023 Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America Winner

Broward County, located in southeastern Florida, is a vibrant and diverse community. The state's second-most populous county offers its residents a wide range of services and resources. They are committed to a mission to provide excellent services and leadership to benefit all who live, learn, work, and play in Broward County.

With the economic pressures throughout the country, Broward County has implemented the “County 457 Deferred Compensation Match” program. This highly unusual financial match of $2,600 was combined with a base pay increase of $100 per paycheck for ALL employees. The action proved successful, with an overall increased participation rate in a deferred compensation account of 71.2%.

Broward County has developed an award-winning WellBeing Program that proactively approaches employee health and wellness. This program is designed to support the health and wellness of employees and their families through various resources and initiatives. These include healthy cooking classes, fitness challenges, stress management resources, financial education, and more, offered onsite and virtually. One of the program's key components is using the Rally Program, a digital health platform that helps users set and achieve health goals, track their progress, and earn rewards. Employees can earn points for participating in these activities, which can be redeemed for rewards such as gift cards, fitness equipment, and more.

“Two years ago, I was diagnosed with cancer after attending one of the company health fairs. I have received so much support through this program that I wanted to ensure Broward County knows what it means to me. I am able to work and get through treatment with the help and support of the team and take meditation classes to help cope while at work. I wouldn't be able to do that without this. Thank you so much.” –Anonymous Employee

2nd American Express

New York, New York (Local Office: Sunrise)
24,648 Employees
2023 Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America Winner

Since 1850, American Express has worked to make a difference in customers' lives in ways that matter most to them by working to exceed customers’ expectations and providing differentiated products and services to help them achieve their aspirations.

The company continues to focus on and amplify the benefits and programs that support colleagues' well-being. Throughout the year, the Healthy Living team hosts well-being events/webinars, meditation sessions, fitness classes, and consultations for colleagues. Colleagues also receive access to pharmacist consultations, financial coaching, mental health counseling, on-site physical therapy, family and personal concierge support, educational support for children, on-site childcare, adult/elder care, virtual workshops, and training sessions.

Colleague sentiment is tracked, and programming decisions are based on feedback and well-being questionnaire (WQ) results, which provide annual trends for the population’s overall well-being. Among repeat participants, there was a .02% reduction in overall average risks and a 10.3% decrease in those stratifying as high risk. There was also a 12.7% reduction in stress and an increase in participants meeting recommended guidelines for prevention and diet, with a 23.8% and 7.1% reduction in those risks, respectively.

In 2023, American Express continued to evolve their flexible working model, “Amex Flex,” which consists of three different work designations – fully onsite, fully virtual, and hybrid. This includes their “Work From Anywhere” program which provides colleagues 30 days per calendar year to work from a location other than their primary work location without having to come into the office. The majority of colleagues are hybrid, which combines working in the office and working virtually.

“Healthy Living’s Wellness coaching has been enlightening and educational during my wellness journey. When my late daughter was constantly in and out of hospitals, I was not eating well and wasn’t exercising at all. Through the wellness coaching, I’ve learned that eating properly and moving/staying active work hand in hand. I have come to realize that I can do stretch breaks at my desk to get the mind and body flowing and my Wellness Coach, Dave, has encouraged me to take daily walks. Even if I only can start with 30 minutes a day, I can build from that point. I have lost over 25 lbs., and my A1c has decreased to 6.1 (my goal is to be below the pre-diabetic stage which is 5.7). I look forward to our monthly coaching sessions - it is my mental charger.” –Charlotte Smith-Puccetti, Supervisor, Customer Resolution Specialist Team

3rd CBIZ

Cleveland, Ohio (Local Office: Miami) 
6,841 Employees

CBIZ provides professional business services in accounting, tax, and advisory services as well as employee benefits and insurance services. CBIZ has over 100 offices and 6,000 team members located throughout the U.S. and serves organizations of all sizes and individual clientele. 

Through Accolade, CBIZ has seen 83% of team members utilizing the platform to help find in-network providers, answer health-related questions, and explain coverage offerings. By participating in various wellness activities, employees can earn points towards discounts on medical premiums and prize drawings. CBIZ also encourages their workforce to give back to their communities by offering up to 8 hours annually to volunteer during work hours. Because of the many employees and offices throughout the country, CBIZ has also started a “Our Great People Great Place (GP2) program that focuses on fostering a healthy work environment, positive social opportunities with coworkers, and creating a great place to work.This program hosts onsite local office gatherings and workplace awards to bring employees together. Additionally, CBIZ offers various Employee Resource Groups such as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) and Pride to promote their continued DEI efforts.

“CBIZ continues to experience record growth and as we grow our business, we likewise continue to prioritize and invest in the health and wellbeing of our team members. We strive every day to bring one of our key core values, ‘Our People Matter,’ to life. In addition to our focus on well-being, we’ve made critical strides in strengthening our award-winning culture including the expansion of our Employee Resource Group offerings, which help to build community across our company and create new opportunities for our team members to connect and support each other. For the coming year, we plan to build on this progress and align more incentives to encourage more team members to take full advantage of these valuable resources and opportunities.” –Elizabeth Newman, Chief Human Resources Officer

4th U-Haul International

Phoenix, Arizona (Multiple Local Offices)
16,371 Employees
2023 Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America Winner

Since 1945, U-Haul has been the #1 choice of do-it-yourself movers, with a network of more than 23,000 locations across all 50 states and 10 Canadian provinces. In addition, they have a fleet of over 186,000 trucks, 128,000 trailers, 46,000 towing devices, 876,000 rentable storage units, and 75.1 million square feet of self-storage space.

U-Haul is very proud of their Virta offering, a clinically proven treatment to reverse Type 2 diabetes, obesity, and pre-diabetes. Through this treatment plan, U-Haul Team Members have been able to lower their A1c, lose weight, and reduce or eliminate the usage of insulin.  Their mission is to sustainably reverse the conditions without the risks, costs, or side effects of medications or surgeries. 38% of diabetes-specific medications have been eliminated, insulin dosages have been reduced by 63%, and 16,000 total pounds have been lost through the use of this program. 

U-Haul also strives to make healthy lifestyles attainable and affordable, which is why in 2021,  they invested in a 54,000-square-foot corporate fitness center and on-site cafeteria where employees can order healthy meals for less than $5. While U-Haul is a vast corporation, their values are deep-rooted in family culture. From team-building challenges to the sharing of healthy recipes and tips, there is an unmistakable investment in everyone’s wellness journey. 

“The wellness and benefits programs have helped me tremendously with my weight loss journey! As a work-from-home senior agent, the ‘Get Fit Program’ is one of my favorites because it has motivated me to go to the gym more, focus on my fitness goals, and be more active, especially since I am sitting for the majority of my work shift. The reimbursement incentive they offer not only helps alleviate the costs of my gym membership, but the check-ins incentive has me excited and ready to workout every day! I feel healthier, happier, and stronger!” –Leah Short, Senior Agent


Boca Raton
13,316 Employees

ADT provides safe, smart, and sustainable solutions for people, homes, and small businesses. Through innovative offerings, unrivaled safety, and a premium customer experience, all delivered by the largest networks of smart home security professionals in the U.S., they empower people to protect and connect to what matters most.

ADT is committed to providing resources for mental health, as it plays an important role in a person’s total well-being. Recently, they partnered with Hinge Health to provide free personalized, virtual exercise therapy to relieve joint and muscle pain. 731 members engaged in over 14,000 exercise therapy sessions and they experienced an average of 45% reduction in pain and a 70% reduction in surgery. To further assist with mental health, they made the Calm Premium app available to Business Employee Resource Group (BERG) members with an adoption rate last year of 44.5% and 71.9% engagement. BERGs include ten diverse groups committed to creating an environment that supports every employee who makes up our diverse and inclusive culture by cultivating a place where each person can be their authentic self, a place where they belong. The BERGs contribute to the varying dimensions of wellness by hosting guest speakers, coordinating events, as well as giving back to the surrounding community with charitable acts and donations.

“At ADT, we know the importance of supporting the health and well-being of our employees. Through our well-being program, ADT Balance, we’ve done an exceptional job in empowering our team members and our organization to achieve physical wellness, strengthen mental resilience, and foster emotional balance. Healthy employees are more productive and engaged in their wellness journey and are instrumental in fostering our company culture of holistic health that encompasses the eight dimensions of well-being. The response and feedback to the programs we’ve spearheaded affirm we are making a difference in people’s lives. I’m proud to lead a team that exhibits such a passion for creating something meaningful and transformative." –Dan Pikelny, VP of Compensation, Benefits, and HR Analytics

6th Jackson Health System

15,003 Employees

Jackson Health System is a nonprofit academic medical system, offering world-class care to patients. 

One unique benefit includes “Wellness Wednesdays,” a program for stress relief and self-care management through yoga classes, meditation sessions, telehealth diagnostic and treatment centers, in-unit massages, and much more. Jackson offers an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for employees and dependents that provides confidential services from licensed behavioral health professionals around the clock and additional work-life balance services.

With such a large percentage of parents in the workforce, Jackson Health offers childcare assistance, parenting and adoption resources, financial health help, eldercare assistance, and even home repair and improvement discount options. They believe that social and family support is beneficial to employees and provides flexible work arrangements to those who need it.  Additionally, with the state of the economy, they are proud to offer pensions to employees to help set them up for success in retirement. 

“Our programs have resulted in lower absenteeism, higher job satisfaction, and increased employee engagement and productivity. The remarkable transformation and success stories are touching and a great example of how we care for one another. Ultimately, by investing in our team members, we are also investing in the health system's future. We hope to develop many more new health and wellness initiatives this year, and in the years to come.” –Carlos Migoya, President & CEO