BETHESDA, MD – Wellness Corporate Solutions (WCS) was named a Healthiest Employer among small businesses by the Washington Business Journal. As a premier wellness company providing customized, high-impact corporate wellness programs nationwide WCS has demonstrated that their health and wellness values are not solely extended to clients, but to their own employees as well.

Top companies are annually identified by the Washington Business Journal to be recognized as the area’s healthiest employers. The awards are categorized based on the size of the company and the criteria on various company initiatives that not only promote the health and well-being of their employees, but are innovative and leading the way in workplace wellness.

“At WCS, we find that workplace wellness ultimately makes good business sense,” says Fiona Gathright, President and CEO of WCS. “Extremely low turnover, reduced absenteeism, and increased productivity are the direct result of an office environment that supports employees’ well-being.”

WCS offers several health and wellness initiatives to their employees. Employees are encouraged to participate in some type of group exercise every day regardless of age or fitness level. WCS offers organized Tabata sessions (quick, high-intensity workouts), sit/stand desks, on-site shower facilities, encourage walking meetings and meditation sessions, and provide a healthy lunch to employees each Friday, which not only encourages healthy food choices but helps build camaraderie as well.

“We are excited to be named one of Greater Washington’s Healthiest Employers! It demonstrates our long commitment to health and wellness,” said Juliet Rodman, Chief Wellness Officer.

Wellness Corporate Solutions is a leading provider of on-site biometric health screenings and high-touch wellness programs with an emphasis on health education and behavior change. WCS works with public and private sector entities nationwide, building workplace wellness programs that maximize employee engagement and lead to significant health improvements within the population.

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