2019 Global Healthy Workplace Awards Finalists Announced

7th Global Healthy Workplace Awards and Summit

Awards Finalists will present their workplace health programmes at the 7th Global Healthy Workplace Awards & Summit on 30th October – 1st November 2019 in Australia.

The six finalists for the 7th Global Healthy Workplace Awards and Summit have been selected.

The 2019 Awards Finalists are:

SME Employer Category
Global Prairie (USA)
Swisse Wellness (Australia)
VitaS (Belgium) 

Large Employer Category
Hero MotoCorp (India)
Marisol (Brazil)
Reliance Industries (India)

The Finalists will present their programme at the Melbourne summit for the chance to win recognition as the company with the best workplace health programme across the globe (one in each category will be declared winner).

The Global Healthy Workplace Awards enable employers to benchmark their programs to the global standard and celebrate their outstanding achievement in promoting a safe and healthy work environment complementary to the business performance of the organisation. The Awards enable winners to distinguish themselves as an employer-of-choice when attracting new talent or in retaining existing employees.

The Global Healthy Workplace Awards Summit brings together leaders in global health and well-being. It is organised by the Global Centre for Healthy Workplaces which is co-owned by Wolf Kirsten International Health Consulting and i-genius. The Awards launched in April 2013 with its first global Awards Summit taking place in London, 2013 followed by Shanghai, 2014, Florianopolis, 2015, Washington, DC, 2016, Singapore, 2017 and Bergamo, 2018.

The 7th Global Healthy Workplace Awards and Summit will be hosted in partnership with Monash University in the culturally vibrant city of Melbourne on 31st October – 1st November 2019. With Australia being one of the fastest growing markets for employee health programs, the 7th Global Healthy Workplace Summit will bring together leaders in global health and wellbeing who seek to create a healthier and more productive working experience for all employers and employees (view agenda).

The 7th Global Summit will be preceded by a Global Alliance Roundtable (invitation only) and a Capacity Building Seminar on “How to Create a Healthy Workplace” in partnership with the International Association for Worksite Health Promotion (IAWHP) on 30th October 2019.

For more information and to book tickets visit: https://www.globalhealthyworkplace.org/event/7th-global-healthy-workplace-summit-melbourne-2019/

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