Congratulations to our 2015 WorkWell winners! Please take a look below to read more about our winners and their motivation for entering the contest. It was fascinating to learn about so many companies in Wisconsin who are making great strides in their wellness programs and their interest in adding mobility to the workplace.
Congratulations to our 2015 WorkWell winners! Please take a look below to read more about our winners and their motivation for entering the contest.
Grand Prize: Badger Truck
Cheryl Klein, Marketing Coordinator for Badger Truck, is beginning to take a close look at every aspect of her company culture, including Badger Truck’s work environment.
“We understand the impact our work environment has on our team is strong and having our employees try ergonomic alternatives to their workstations would be an awesome start to our wellness plan launch,” says Klein.
Klein struggles with shoulder and back pain because of her posture and computer screen level, so she is eager to add a height-adjustable desk to her workstation in order to relieve this pain.
Located in Milwaukee, Badger Truck is one of the premier dealerships in the area. From purchasing, financing or servicing a new or pre-owned Ford, Badger Truck Center has a service that is right for you and your vehicle.
Second Place: EMCS
Corinne Evans of EMCS wants to promote a strong culture of wellness in her office. With the new treadmill workstation, Evans hopes to encourage more wellness activities and get employees up and moving throughout the work day.
Evans also believes that the treadmill workstation will allow employees to experience the overall benefits of adding a height-adjustable desk to their office space.
EMCS is a multi-discipline civil engineering firm with offices in Milwaukee, Wausau and Madison. For over 30 years, EMCS has provided quality planning, design and field services to both the public and private sector.
Third Place: Superior Diesel
Melissa Sisel, Accountant at Superior Diesel, says her main motivation for entering the WorkWell contest was to help improve the overall working conditions for employees.
“Superior Diesel has always put a lot of value on the people, and we recognize that good health leads to happier and more productive employees. Winning the Humanscale QuickStand will give us the opportunity to experience a completely different way of working throughout the day, and hopefully lead to better health,” says Sisel.
Sisel also has noticed aches and pains due to extended periods of sitting at her desk and reaching for the keyboard and mouse. She believes that the QuickStand ultimately will help to reverse the strain she feels on her neck and shoulders.
Headquartered in Rhinelander, Superior Diesel, Inc. is a diesel engine distributor and a value-added packager of power units for John Deere and Kohler.
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