“I love it when a plan comes together.” Hannibal Smith, NBC’s The A Team
Teva Pharmaceuticals, one of our favorite clients, just earned its second annual National Business Group on Health’s 2017 Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles® Award for having one of the best workforce health and well-being programs in the nation. Teva is committed to building a robust, corporate-wide culture of employee total wellbeing, and justly deserves this honor.
The company supports employee physical, professional, social and financial health through three key touch points:
- Health and Financial Well-being Concierge Services – Through Teva Care Coordinators, employees and their families have an advocate and “warrior” to help them successfully navigate today’s complex health care system. As similar resource is being implemented for employees’ financial well-being.
- Well-being Champions – In addition to the health concierge, the firm offers local champions bringing face-to-face support for all the elements of an employee’s well-being: financial, physical, professional, and social.
- Total Rewards Portal – Finally, working with Conduent, the company hosts a total rewards mobile and online experience that is the cornerstone of its engagement and well-being strategy. The Conduent engagement team – our “A Team” – has worked hard to push the envelope with the full support and enthusiasm of Teva.
This high-tech and high-touch plan has come together to help employees make the most out of their employer-provided HR programs, from benefits to wellness to compensation. These touch points work together to advance individual wellbeing, helping people make the right personal decision in selecting their benefit programs, in accessing information and in receiving healthcare services through their ideal channel.
We’re proud to be a part of helping Teva realize the breadth of the possibilities they’ve imagined for their workforce, and happy to congratulate them on their award.
Find out more about the Teva Pharmaceuticals approach to employee well-being in this American Health Leader (AHL) article.