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Network Health cited for wellness

8:46 PM, Sep. 10, 2013  |  Comments
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Network Health received the Well Workplace Award from the Wellness Council of America and its local affiliate, the Wellness Council of Wisconsin.

A total of 21 companies received the award at a ceremony Monday in Wisconsin Dells. Network Health, the Menasha-based health insurance provider, was one of only six companies in Wisconsin awarded with the platinum ranking, the Wellness Council of America's highest honor.

Companies must incorporate employee wellness into the overall business strategy to be recognized as a Well Workplace. Firms receive their bronze, silver, gold or platinum rankings based upon criteria gathered from the application process, where companies must hit seven key benchmarks that the Wellness Council of America identifies for success.

"This award is a tremendous honor for Network Health," said Sheila Jenkins, president of Network Health. "I'd like to personally thank all of our associates for helping to make Network Health a healthy workplace. Without their active engagement, Network Health would not have been able to achieve this great honor."

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