FCA US LLC was recognized once again by the National Business Group on Health (NBGH), earning another gold medal for its comprehensive programs that support a healthy workplace and encourage healthy lifestyles for both employees and their families.
This was the 11th consecutive year the company achieved this important benchmark and the ninth consecutive year FCA US is the only automaker to earn this prestigious award.
The award recognizes employers that have embraced a culture of health and wellness and are working collaboratively to improve the health and quality of life of employees and their families.
The company was among 53 major U.S. employers to receive an award on Sept. 17 during the NBGH’s Annual Workforce Strategy Conference in San Diego.
“Providing a healthy workplace and improving the health and well-being of our employees and their families is essential to the success of our business,” said Alisa Nagle, head of Human Resources, FCA – North America. “Promoting a culture of health supports our high-performance work culture and enables each team member to pursue best-in-class performance.”
FCA US is committed to “4URHLTH,” a comprehensive wellness program for employees and their families designed to promote health and well-being practices that enhance health and quality of life.
Established in 1985, the program today provides a variety of integrated health plans with preventive services and includes health portals, a comprehensive EAP program with on-site mental well-being counselors, on-site medical services, dedicated wellness staff members, financial well-being programs, fitness centers and on-site retail medical clinics and pharmacies at select sites.
The company also collaborates with food service providers at designated facilities to ensure healthy food options are available, visible and clearly labeled for employees and visitors.
“We congratulate FCA US for being among an elite group of companies that are making a difference improving the health and overall well-being of their employees and families,” said Brian Marcotte, president and CEO of the National Business Group on Health. “FCA US and its leadership team are to be commended for their commitment to promoting healthy work environments and for their innovation in developing outstanding programs for employees that encourage good health and well-being.”