BIAS Corporation Named Atlanta’s Healthiest Employers Finalist for 4th Year in a RowAshley Sherwood
BIAS Corporation, a leading Systems Integrator and Oracle Platinum Partner, has been named an Atlanta’s Healthiest Employer Finalist by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Each year, the Atlanta Business Chronicle honors companies who have stepped up with valuable health and wellness benefits for their employees with its Healthiest Employers awards event.
“BIAS is committed from every level in the organization to promoting wellness,” said John Ezzell, BIAS Co-Founder. “Our commitment to our team is to provide a healthy environment and to encourage total health through meditation, yoga, nutrition, cooking classes, financial fitness programs, team boot camps, steps challenges, etc. Our team responds with incredible energy and creativity which is an integral part of the BIAS culture.”
“We are so honored to have been named an Atlanta’s Healthiest Employers finalist for the fourth year in a row,” said Jessica Quiroga, BIAS Fit Wellness Committee Leader. “It is truly remarkable to see the commitment from our employees and the life changes they have made because of this program. We hope to continue to educate and encourage our employees to live a healthy lifestyle. We will be back next year as a finalist – I know it!”
With a motto of Healthy life: Productive life, BIAS Fit is driven to promote their mission of living a healthy lifestyle inside and outside of the workplace to employees. A monthly employee wellness newsletter highlights fitness accomplishments of employees, features delicious healthy recipes and serves as an educational tool to promote living a healthy lifestyle with a positive mindset. Various employee activities such as nutrition classes, yoga and boot camp classes, fitness challenges and financial wellness programs give ample opportunities for employees to engage in healthy behavior. In addition, BIAS recently launched their Flexible Paid Time Off (PTO) policy providing employees with more flexibility to manage their work-life balance.