Winners include Atlantic Lottery Corporation (Moncton), John Brooks Company Ltd. (Mississauga), and FGL Sports Ltd. (Calgary).
“These organizations have experienced incredible results thanks to their dedicated efforts to introduce corporate wellness programs in a strategic way,” said GoodLife founder and CEO David Patchell-Evans.
“They consistently demonstrate best practices when it comes to delivering fitness programs, offering opportunities for eating well and reinforcing positive workplace culture,” he continued.
The awards are given to organizations that demonstrate significant efforts to foster cultures of workplace wellness through continuous improvement in fitness, activity, nutrition, education and employee behavioural change.
“Once you make wellness part of your strategic plan, performance and employee morale inevitably improves,” added Patchell-Evans.
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The GoodLife Fitness Health & Wellness Leadership Awards were given to three organizations today in recognition of their ongoing commitment to cultivating a healthy workplace.