National Business Group on Health recognizes U.S. companies with top workforce health and wellbeing programs
BNY Mellon is among 48 U.S. employers that received the 2017 Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles® award presented at the National Business Group on Health’s Workforce Strategy 2017 Conference. BNY Mellon received a Silver Award for its IN global wellbeing initiative, which provides a variety of resources to help employees take simple steps to improve and maintain physical health, emotional resilience, financial security and social connections.
“By offering an array of tools, information and professional guidance, IN meets participants wherever they are in their wellbeing journey and helps make achieving their goals easier and more fulfilling,” said Diane Doyle-Love, BNY Mellon’s Manager of Employee Health and Productivity. “BNY Mellon is all IN on wellbeing because we understand that our people are what truly set us apart.”
BNY Mellon employees have embraced the IN initiative, with 75% completing a wellbeing assessment to gain insight into their health. More than 50% of employees participate in health coaching sessions, which have been shown to reduce health risks.
Brian Marcotte, President and CEO of the National Business Group on Health, commented: “We are delighted to recognize BNY Mellon for its innovative approach to employee, family and community health and wellbeing. BNY Mellon is among an elite group of employers who are embracing wellbeing as an important part of their workforce strategy and working to construct a culture that promotes productivity, engagement and happiness. We congratulate BNY Mellon and their leaders.”
Now in its 13th year, the Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles® awards recognize employers with exceptional commitment to improving their employees’ physical and emotional health and well-being, productivity and overall quality of life. The awards program incorporates a wide range of well-being contributors including job satisfaction, community involvement, financial security, emotional health and social connectedness.