2019 Healthiest Employers of the Triad

Each year, the Healthiest Employers® awards program recognizes organizations that are committed to creating a healthy workplace. 

The Healthiest Employers awards program is administered by Springbuk through a comprehensive online assessment to evaluate company performance spanning six key areas of health and wellbeing: Culture and Leadership Commitment, Foundational Components, Strategic Planning, Communication and Marketing, Programming and Intervention, and Reporting and Analytics. 

The categories and scoring were designed with the help of a non-biased, national group of representatives within the wellness and business community. After completion of the assessment, the applicants are scored with a Healthiest Employers® Index that helps rank the organization based on their unique submissions. To sign up for future announcements on Healthiest Employers, please sign up here.

We are excited to announce the Triad’s Healthiest Employers of 2019. The winners are ranked according to the top five overall companies who applied this year. Congratulations to our winners!

Congratulations to this year’s winners and honorees!

#1 Syngenta

  • Total U.S. Employees: 3,880
  • Industry: Agriculture
  • www.syngenta.com 

Syngenta works to improve global food security by providing resources to millions of farmers across the U.S. They are proud of their 71% average wellness program participation rate. The program’s diversity provides employees the support and encouragement necessary to participate year round. Compared to those who do not participate in the program, Syngenta saw a $303 difference in medical claims per participant. 

#2 High Point University

  • Total U.S. Employees: 803
  • Industry: Education
  • www.highpoint.edu 

High Point University has been committed to providing students with the skills to be successful in the workplace since 1924. They have a full-time employee that is dedicated to the wellness awareness and they have maintained high participation numbers over the years. They currently have 75% of the workforce participating in the wellness program and have an 88% satisfaction rating among employees. 

#3 Inmar, Inc. 

  • Total U.S. Employees: 3,200
  • Industry: Technology
  • www.inmar.com 

Inmar, Inc. works to redesign business challenges through analytic and technology solutions. Through solutions Inmar already offers, they have been able to create a user-friendly program that allows employers to make healthier choices while grocery shopping. They also believe it is important to focus on financial well-being and offer counseling, education savings, and other budgeting resources.

#4 City of Lexington 

  • Total U.S. Employees: 318
  • Industry: Government
  • www.cityoflexingtonnc.com 

The City of Lexington provides services to nearly 19,000 citizens in the Triad area of North Carolina. Although located in a rural area with a small workforce, they are creating a culture of wellness within their organization. 87% of employees that participated in biometric screenings this year met the outcomes-based requirements. They also offer additional PTO days for the completion of exams to reward their team for focusing on their health.

#5 APEX Analytix LLC

  • Total U.S. Employees: 306
  • Industry: Technology
  • www.apexanalytix.com 

APEX Analytix LLC is the world’s leading provider of supplier portal software and offers services for AP recovery audits and accounts payable software. One of their biggest indicators of success was the $100,000 decrease in medical costs from 2017 to 2018. They attribute these savings to their weight-loss challenges, financial wellness program, and preventative care campaigns. 


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  • Truliant Federal Credit Union
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