Fresno State Wellness@Work program wins state award

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Fresno State Wellness@Work program wins state award

California State University, Fresno’s Wellness@Work program has won a bronze award from the California Fit Business Award.

Wellness@Work is a program offered by Human Resources through the Office of Employee Assistance and Wellness. The goal of the Wellness@Work program is to promote healthy lifestyle habits by providing an educational, supportive environment and a variety of programs encompassing the different aspects of wellness. It envisions a healthy Fresno State work force setting a positive example for our students and the entire community.

The California Fit Business Award was launched in 2003 and recognizes private and nonprofit companies across California that promote a healthier workplace. Winners are selected based on the extent of their health and wellness programs; the quality and focus of their policies; the involvement of their leadership; the impact of their endeavors; and the reasons given for having wellness programs.

California Fit Business Award is a joint effort between the California Task Force on Youth and Workplace Wellness and the California Department of Health Services’ 5 a Day – Be Active Worksite Program.