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Pawtucket Credit Union’s wellness programs are headed up by its wellness committee, comprised of employee and executive volunteers. In this way, the effort to promote involvement and planning works from the top down and back up to the top again. more
After experiencing an unexpected life event, Bethany Bishop strove to see a new person in the mirror. more
The Beacon Mutual Insurance Co.’s wellness committee offers and supports events that encourage and foster good health for all Beacon employees. The 13-member panel is the powerhouse of a wellness initiative of the Warwick-based firm, which has more than 170 employees. more
Fellowship Health Resources Inc., a nonprofit that provides mental health services, is known for steering clients toward creative activities. The agency’s Studio 35 program encourages them to take up painting, music, writing, dance and other forms of self-expression as a way to reduce stress and build a sense of empowerment. more
Exeter business technology consulting firm Carousel Industries Inc. has earned its place among this year’s Providence Business News Healthiest Employers award winners by lifting a lot of weight off its employees’ shoulders – and the rest of their bodies. more
Ryan LLC, a global tax services firm with offices in Providence, aims to cover every aspect of employee wellness with its “My Health” program, now in its third year. The company, with 12 full-time employees in the city and 1,295 globally, looks to highlight areas of health education, good nutrition, body analysis and exercise activities for its workforce. more
Indoor smoking long has been banned at most Rhode Island workplaces. Amtrol Inc., a West Warwick company that manufactures storage tanks and water heaters, has gone further. As of July 1, cigarettes are prohibited everywhere across the campus, inside or out. more
At AAA Southern New England, more than 500 employees have signed up for a program that keeps them jogging, swimming, playing basketball and otherwise getting active. They call it “a trip to the moon.” more
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