Compass Group honored with Best Employers Award for Excellence in Health & Well-Being
Compass Group USA was one of 44 large employers honored with the prestigious Business Group on Health Best Employers: Excellence in Health & Well-being Award, for its outstanding commitment to advancing employee well-being through comprehensive and innovative benefits and initiatives.
The awards, now in their 17th year, were announced on April 19 in Nashville at the Business Group’s 2022 Annual Conference, organized around the theme “Collaborating on the Future of Health and Well-Being.”
“We are honored to be recognized for Compass Group’s wide-ranging wellness benefits, which we believe are critical to ensuring all our Associates may access the support they need to enjoy healthy lives,” said Compass Group Chief People Officer Cindy Noble.
Ellen Kelsay, Business Group on Health CEO and president, said, “Compass Group has demonstrated a strong commitment to employee well-being, all against the backdrop of a pandemic and a parallel mental health crisis.”
The Business Group reimagined the award criteria for 2022 to reflect a global perspective and to integrate and honor the importance of health equity and the employee experience. The criteria continue to focus on leadership and culture; holistic well-being approaches, including mental health, financial security, physical health, social connectedness and job satisfaction; and metrics and evaluation.
The 2022 winners represent a wide array of industries, including banking/financial services, entertainment and hospitality, health care, manufacturing, professional services, technology and utilities, among others. All the winners have a well-being strategy with measurable objectives and incorporate principles of diversity, equity and inclusion into their health and well-being efforts.
“All the winners are employers of choice. We congratulate each and every one of them for setting such high standards, to benefit workforces for years to come, and for serving as a model for other companies looking to expand benefit offerings.” said LuAnn Heinen, vice president of the Business Group, who leads the Well-Being & Workforce Strategy Institute.