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Updated: September 21, 2020

Screenings help Harman meet well-being goals


2nd Place | Category: 100 to 2,500 Employees

Harman International Industries Inc.

Headquarters: Stamford

Industry: Technology/IT

Top Executive: President and CEO Michael Mauser

As a maker and designer of connected cars technology, Harman International Industries covets the collection and application of data.

So, the Stamford-based company this year continued to beef up its Sound Living Program, which offers benefit-eligible employees and their covered spouses opportunities to access biometric screenings both on- and off-site.

The program works to encourage employees and their families to know and understand health evaluation data as they look to incorporate more healthy eating behaviors and reduce health risks.

In 2020, Harman, which develops software and components for connected cars, added opportunities for employees and their spouses to earn incentives by joining a gym, taking a fitness class or running a road race in an effort to focus on mental, physical and social well-being.

A newly implemented policy also provides up to eight hours of paid time off a year toward volunteer activities and allows members to receive incentives.

“We take our leadership responsibilities seriously and will always ensure that we are operating in a safe and healthy way … ,” said Chief Human Resources Officer John Stacey.

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