Excellence in Worksite Health Promotion Awards
2014 Excellence in Worksite Health Promotion Criteria is now available. Please note all changes from the 2012 criteria is in red text.
Click here to view the December 5th, 2012 webinar: Excellence in Worksite Health Promotion Awards - Criteria update for 2014 webinar sponsored by RHI. If you can't join us we will host Q & A sessions in 2013 to assist you with these criteria changes.
Congratulations 2012 Excellence in Worksite Health Promotion Award Winners!
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|Benefis Health System
Bozeman School System
Employee Benefit Management Services, Inc. (EBMS)
Fances Mahon Deaconess Hospital
Laurel Public Schools
Yellowstone Surgery Center
|Beartooth Billings Clinic
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana
City of Missoula
Joint Powers Trust
Junkermier, Clark, Campanella, Steves, P.C.
Student Assistance Foundation (SAF)
Western States Insurance
|Billings Federal Credit Union
Briggs Distributing Company
City-County Health Department / Community Health Care Center Inc in Great Falls
Marias Medical Center
Montana Credit Union League Group Benefit
Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch
Jill Young Award in Recognition of Outstanding Wellness Performance
For your benefit, we have developed an Awards HELP page. This page provides a glossary of terms and definitions for the ten quality standards. You can also view samples to assist with the required documentation section of the application. We no longer have this information linked within the application.
The Montana Worksite Health Promotion Coalition is pleased to announce a new addition to our Excellence in Worksite Health Promotion awards, the Jill Young award. This award has been established to recognize the professionalism, dedication and excellence of one of our former longstanding members. Jill Young was intricately involved with development of the Excellence in Worksite Health Promotion Awards and recently moved out of state. Our Coalition was extremely fortunate to work with someone whose passion, dedication and professionalism made a significant impact on the ability of Montana’s large and small worksites to improve their employees’ wellness.
This award is by nomination only and can be given to an individual or a business. Please review the Jill Young award criteria and award application**. Nominations will be accepted from December 2013 - January, 2014.
**The application criteria and dates are subject to change.
The Montana Worksite Health Promotion Coalition wants to further recognize current and past Excellence in Worksite Health Promotion award winners for outstanding achievement in worksite Wellness to their employees, community, and the state of Montana. Since 2007, several Montana worksites have received Excellence in Worksite Health Promotion awards; demonstrating that health promotion can be accomplished at Montana worksites.
The Coalition recently created a graphic to reflect the level and year these organization achieved the award(s). They have been asked to proudly display the graphics on their website or any printed materials.
Thank you, current and past award winners, for your leadership in showing Montana employers that worksite health promotion can be achieved.