December 3, 2018
Connecticut's Healthiest Employers 2018

Meet CT's healthiest workplaces

Hartford Business Journal's first-ever Healthiest Employers Awards recognize organizations dedicated to employee health and safety in addition to their efforts to implement wellness programs.

The awards program was done in partnership with the Healthiest Employers Group, which determined the finalists and winners using a scoring methodology managed by Springbuk, a privately held technology and data research firm.

Companies that participated in the awards program had to complete an hour-long online assessment. Companies were then ranked based on their performance on the following six measures: culture and leadership commitment; foundational components; strategic planning; communication and marketing; programming and interventions; and reporting and analytics.

A total of 14 companies participated in the program this year. The winners and finalists are featured in the pages that follow. This section also contains healthcare-related lists from our Health Care Resource Guide publication.

We hope you find this special section informative and that it spurs ideas on how to improve the health of your workplace.

Greg Bordonaro | Editor

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CATEGORY: 0-150 CT EMPLOYEES

1st Place | Antea Group
For Antea, employee well-being a top priority

2nd Place | FM Global

3rd Place | Gallagher

4th Place | Diversified Group

5th Place | Safelite AutoGlass

CATEGORY: 151 TO 400 CT EMPLOYEES

1st Place | Burns & McDonnell
Burns & McDonnell's comprehensive wellness program shows results

2nd Place | The SLAM Collaborative

3rd Place | Whitcraft LLC

4th Place | Blumshapiro

CATEGORY: 401+ CT EMPLOYEES

1st Place | Stew Leonard's
Stew Leonard's brings health care to its employees

2nd Place | Charlotte Hungerford Hospital

3rd Place | Ocean State Job Lot

4th Place | Benchmark Senior Living

5th Place | Gaylord Hospital

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