Wellness works. In this case – Well Works.
A smart name and powerful program created by the human resources folks at Baker Hughes.
The logo? It’s new, and just received kudos this week as one of only a 100 entries accepted into the 54th Annual Art Directors Club of Houston Award Show titled “Sizzling Work”.
Shelley Smith, Human Resources wrote: “It is a pleasure to work with you, Stacy and Terry. This only validates the talented team at Prism. I look forwarded to working with you guys on more projects in the future. It is wonderful to be a part of the creative development and great to have my ideas and suggestions embraced.”
Lisa Turner, Health & Welfare, at Baker Hughes explains: wellness is a key part of their overall health care strategy. Programs are designed to enhance the health and well-being of its employees and dependents through behavior change, education and support. The programs assist employees with actively managing their health, being informed health care consumers, and reducing the long-term cost of care.
For the 2009 program year, approximately 57% of employees and 32% of spouses completed a Health Assessment.