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The City of Goodyear continues to make great strides in workplace wellness after recently being ranked sixth on the Phoenix Business Journal’s list of Arizona’s Healthiest Mid-Sized Employers, which is defined as a company with 500 to 1,499 employees. Previously, the city was ranked 13th in 2021 and 17th in 2018.
The City of Goodyear encourages its 800 full-time employees to be as healthy as possible through its program called The Whole Employee. Employees can attend workshops during their lunch breaks that touch on everything from financial awareness to how to practice good sleep hygiene and participate in walking and hydration challenges.
“The Whole Employee is centered on the idea that if people are healthy in all aspects of their lives, they will be better employees and help us continue to provide exceptional customer service to our community,” Lyman said. Locket, director of human resources. “There are five elements of wellbeing that we focus on, including physical, social, financial, occupational and community wellbeing.”
The Phoenix Business Journal’s Healthiest Employers® program is an awards program that rewards people-focused organizations that take a more proactive approach to employee health. The goal is to be a resource for organizations focused on improving the health of their employees, creating a community invested in the health and well-being of their people. Companies are evaluated on a wide range of workplace health and wellness initiatives, from cultural support and leadership to technological prowess to program effectiveness.