Glenroy Inc., a converter and printer of flexible packaging film and standup pouches, was recognized as one of America's healthiest companies by earning a Gold Well Workplace Award from Wellness Council of America and local affiliate Wellness Council of Wisconsin. This award recognizes best-in-class organizations for developing comprehensive workplace wellness programs that produce results.
For over 25 years, Wellness Council of America has dedicated its efforts to studying and promoting the efforts of America's healthiest companies. The cornerstone of the Wellness Council of America is the Well Workplace Awards process. This initiative recognizes quality and excellence in the promotion of worksite health.
To earn a Gold-level Well Workplace Award, an organization needs to successfully build comprehensive worksite wellness initiatives and demonstrate concrete outcomes based on the criteria of the award. This criteria includes capturing executive-level support, creating a cohesive wellness team, collecting data to drive health efforts, crafting an operating plan, choosing appropriate interventions, creating a supportive environment, and consistently evaluating outcomes.
Glenroy's advanced wellness initiatives include an on-site health coaching and nursing program, annual biometric testing, health club reimbursement options, and a tobacco cessation program, in addition to various other programs and offerings promoting employee wellness. Glenroy incentivizes wellness program participants and celebrates successes with employees.
According to Richard Buss, Glenroy Inc.'s president and chief executive officer, "At Glenroy, we are truly committed to the health and well-being of our employees. Glenroy's supportive culture promotes a healthy mindset, and employee wellness provides the foundation for several components of our company's philosophy. Our dedication to employees has resulted in highly-engaged employees with long tenures, which ultimately allows us to provide exceptional products and services to our customers."