Schneider Electric celebrated for employee health programs

Schneider Electric celebrated for employee health programs

 November 09, 2020

Schneider Electric's US team has attained a Gold recognition in the The American Heart Association’s Workplace Health Achievement Index for their efforts implementing quality workplace employee health programs.

Schneider Electric drives a culture of well-being


The American Heart Association’s Workplace Health Achievement Index invites organizations to qualify for bronze, silver or gold level recognition based on their total Index score. The framework of the Workplace Health Achievement Index was built so that organizations would continue to strive to improve the health of their workplace and their workforce from one year to the next.

"Leading the U.S. Well-being program for Schneider Electric, I often get to hear about the inspiring stories of employees that have made positive changes in their lives and encourage the same for their colleagues, friends and families. Whether focused on reducing stress, addressing chronic conditions, tackling mental health or bringing physical fitness into the workday, we have some truly passionate people that are driving a culture of well-being across the company," says Kelly Bierman, US Well-Being Manager at Schneider Electric.

Further recognition for Schneider Electric

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This isn't the first time Schneider Electric has been recognized for its commitment to employee health and well-being. It was also named one of the Healthiest Companies in America by Interactive Health. 

"Schneider Electric understands that its people are its key asset and that it promotes employee self-care and well-being for optimal performance," adds Mariana C. Gonzalez, a relocation counselor at Schneider Electric whose role focuses on the wellbeing of Schneider Electric employees, who is proud to be part of a company that prioritizes the health of its people.

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