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Healthiest Employers see rewards in many ways

Companies interested in effectively helping employees lead healthier lives are taking a more active role, oftentimes by making wellness programs more convenient. That is...
FITNESS SERVED: IGT has a robust healthy-activity culture, including company groups that play basketball and volleyball at lunchtime Thursdays at the company’s West Greenwich campus. From far left: Manish Verma, director of technology; Yanna Tow, systems administrator; Frank Staskiewicz, senior printed circuit board designer; Lucas Halkidis, electrical engineering intern; Tom Quaranta, mechanical engineer; Jim Lyons, principal business systems analyst; and Bruce Parkes, consulting hardware engineer. 
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

IGT’s got game on healthy lifestyle choices

Healthiest Employees: 5,000+ Employees | #1. International Game Technology PLC CEO (or equivalent): Renato Ascoli, CEO, North America Number of employees: 7,000When it comes to promoting...

Dominion Diagnostics leverages data for wellness motivation

Healthiest Employees: 150-499 Employees | #3. Dominion Diagnostics LLC CEO (or equivalent): Robert M. Garvey Jr. Number of employees: 283Many Dominion Diagnostics LLC employees, including...

Ocean State Job Lot partners up to bring wellness to 131...

Healthiest Employees: 2,000-4,999 Employees | #5. Ocean State Job Lot CEO (or equivalent): Marc Perlman Number of employees: 2,305Ocean State Job Lot in North Kingstown, a...

Dave’s Marketplace strives to counter an unhealthy abundance of temptations

Healthiest Employees: 150-499 Employees | #2. Dave’s Marketplace CEO (or equivalent): David Cesario, owner Number of employees: 475East Greenwich-based grocery chain Dave’s Marketplace is a company...

Epec Engineered Technologies taking initiative on healthy practices

Healthiest Employees: 2-149 Employees | #2. Epec ­Engineered Technologies CEO (or equivalent): Ed McMahon Number of employees: 85New Bedford’s Epec ­Engineered Technologies may be the...

U-Haul makes getting active a part of doing business

Healthiest Employees: 5,000+ Employees | #5. U-Haul International CEO (or equivalent):Edward J. Shoen, chairman and president of AMERCO (holding company owner of U-Haul International) Number...

Toray pulls out the stops for around-the-clock wellness

Healthiest Employees: 2,000-4,999 Employees | #4. Toray Plastics (America) Inc. CEO (or equivalent): Michael Brandmeier, CEO and president Number of employees: 2,385Persuasion and outreach are...

At Cintas, employees are partners in health

Healthiest Employees: 5,000+ Employees | #4. Cintas Corp. CEO (or equivalent): Scott D. Farmer Number of employees: 40,000Employees are more than just workers at uniform-maker...

Neighborhood Health Plan of R.I. focused on employee health, too

Healthiest Employees: 500-1,999 Employees | #2. Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island CEO (or equivalent): Peter M. Marino, CEO and president Number of employees: 520Neighborhood...
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