The St. Louis Business Journal’s 2016 Healthiest Employers
Vince Brennan | Print Editor – St. Louis Business Journal
Wellness in the workplace is no longer a special amenity offered by employers. Instead, the concept is looked at as a necessity to ensure reasonable health care costs and improved employee wellbeing.
Companies on the list of the St. Louis Business Journal’s 2016 Healthiest Employers are taking wellness a step further with dedication and creativity while seeing the results in their workforces.
These 25 finalists make workplace wellness a priority by offering employees a variety of exercise programs, free fitbits, healthy food and increased benefits, according to our third-party survey firm Healthiest Employers LLC.
One winner from each category will be profiled in the Oct. 28 issue of theBusiness Journal, and honored at an awards breakfast Oct. 27 at the Ritz-Carlton St. Louis. Click here to reserve tickets for the event.
The 2016 Healthiest Employer finalists, listed in alphabetical order, are:
Small (2-99 total employees)
- Cee Kay Supply
- The Cornerstone Insurance Group
- Fish Window Cleaning Services
- McClure Engineering
- OneSpace Inc.
Medium (100-499 total employees)
- Antea Group
- Charles L. Crane Agency Co.
- Duke Realty
- Joyce Meyer Ministries
- J.W. Terrill
Large (500-1,499 total employees)
- City of St. Charles School District
- Husch Blackwell
- MTM Inc.
- National Information Solutions Cooperative
- Thompson Coburn
Big (1,500-4,999 total employees)
- Bi-State Development
- Lutheran Senior Services
- McCarthy Holdings Inc.
- Meredith Corp.
- St. Luke’s Hospital
Giant (5,000 or more total employees)
- Anthem Inc.
- Burns & McDonnell
- BJC HealthCare
- Mercy Health
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