26 Companies With Wellness Programs

Companies incorporate wellness programs into their benefits to support employees' physical and mental health.

Written by Rose Velazquez
26 Companies With Wellness Programs
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Dana Cassell | Jun 14, 2024

Companies use wellness programs to give their employees resources that support their physical and mental health. Offering this kind of employee benefit can help to prevent burnout and improve employee engagement. Wellness programs come in many forms, such as gym memberships, fitness classes, life coaching, virtual counseling and meditation app subscriptions. Here are companies with wellness programs intended to make employees’ overall wellbeing a priority.

Companies With Wellness Programs

  • PatientPoint
  • Toast
  • Adobe
  • Palo Alto Networks
  • Course Hero
  • Chief
  • Fluidra

 

Companies With Wellness Programs

At Mason, employees receive up to $100 reimbursement each month for qualified fitness and wellness expenses. The hardware and software company’s Mason Smart Device Platform is a fully managed infrastructure that allows businesses to create, customize and manage their own hardware solutions. Founded in 2015, Mason is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. 

 

Alliant Credit Union offers a wellness reimbursement program in which every employee receives up to $35 per month to spend on wellness activities and discounted wellness services. The fully digital credit union, which has more than 85 years of experience in banking and more than $19 billion in assets, is based in Chicago and employs over 800 workers.

 

In addition to a benefits package including equity for all employees, discretionary time off for exempt employees and mental health and wellness programs, Gogo Business Aviation also hosts unique company-sponsored events for its teams to unwind and connect with one another. For example, the broadband connectivity provider for the business aviation market company has hosted a family crawfish boil and a company-wide golf tournament.

 

Edtech company TPT hosts a community of more than 7 million educators on its platform offering digital tools and more than 5 million educational resources created by educators themselves. All full-time employees are provided subscriptions to both Headspace and Eden Health, an online health concierge with access to one-to-one talk therapy.

 

Helping businesses of all sizes provide 401(k) benefits and retirement savings plans to employees is what Human Interest is all about, so it’s no surprise that they take good care of their own employees, too. In addition to traditional health benefits, Human interest employees enjoy remote and hybrid schedules, work-from-home stipends, unlimited financial advising through Addition Wealth, a lifestyle spending account through Level, a generous time off policy and mental health support and coaching through Lyra.

 

Tock’s all-in-one system offers an online management platform for restaurants, wineries and event companies to coordinate reservations, delivery, takeout and events. The company’s benefits package includes life, vision, dental and disability insurance and a wellness program featuring team workouts. Mental health benefits include fully paid access to Headspace, 24/7 access to an Employee Assistance program and free virtual counseling.

 

Achieve is a fintech company delivering personalized financial solutions through intelligent technology with an empathetic human touch. Dedicated to the principle of “Get Better Every Day,” the company’s comprehensive employee wellness program involves company-wide events like monthly education webinars, a fall benefits fair, onsite blood drives, massages and workout classes, healthy living seminars and volunteer activities.

 

ABN AMRO Clearing USA LLC focuses on the essential administrative processes involved in asset transfers and financial transactions. The firm confirms, settles and monitors the delivery of purchased assets to facilitate seamless financial operations. By managing these critical tasks, the company aims to support the integrity and efficiency of financial markets.

 

Upside develops a retail cash back rewards app as well as an engine that allows retailers to gain incremental profit. The rewards app offers users incentives for purchases made at brick-and-mortar establishments such as grocery stores and gas stations. In turn, retailers gain access a merchant dashboard equipped with analytics capabilities, allowing them to better understand consumer behavior. The company offers employees access to the Modern Health App and Class Pass discounts in addition to unlimited PTO, 10 observed company holidays, a flexible work-from-home policy and an annual week-long winter break.

 

Take-Two Interactive Software is a global gaming company responsible for developing and publishing popular video game franchises through its labels including Rockstar Games, 2K, Zynga, and Private Division. Its titles are enjoyed by gamers across multiple platforms, from mobile and PC to consoles like PlayStation and Nintendo Switch. The company offers the Level-Up program in partnership with Virgin Pulse. This gamified wellness program aims to support employees’ overall well-being by allowing them to earn points to convert into cash and other incentives.

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Klaviyo is a marketing technology company that makes an AI-powered platform featuring data and automation solutions to streamline marketing operations and improve customer engagement. The company provides its employees with multiple resources to support their physical, mental and emotional well-being, including one-on-one and group sessions with mental health professionals through Modern Health.

 

Adtech company Nativo’s platform supports a variety of ad formats, giving users solutions for improving their operational efficiency, scaling their reach and measuring campaign performance. Taking a comprehensive approach to employee benefits, Nativo provides its team members with wellness-focused offerings that include mental healthcare access through Spring Health.

 

Attain provides marketers with a software platform for accessing real-time insights to inform their campaigns. Wellness at Attain is a company initiative that engages employees in monthly health and wellness programs such as step challenges. Attain also offers perks like an annual wellness stipend and access to a mindfulness and meditation tool.

 

MetLife, a global provider of insurance, employee benefits, asset management and annuities solutions, serves individuals, families and businesses across more than 40 markets worldwide. Its diverse range of financial services ensures customers are prepared for the future. The company offers a wide range of wellness benefits including its BeWell program as well as free online health promotion tools and support programs for physical activity challenges, weight loss, smoking cessation and more. MetLife also prioritizes wellness in the office through a number of amenities such as ergonomic seating, healthy dining options, sit-stand desks, wellness rooms and fitness centers.

 

PagerDuty provides a digital operations management platform used across a wide range of sectors from financial services to retail. It offers solutions for incident management, customer service and system monitoring to enhance organizational operations. Its employee wellness benefits include a mid-year wellness week off, team workouts as well as transgender health care benefits and abortion travel benefits for employees who might otherwise struggle to receive the care they need.

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Thumbtack operates a platform that serves as a trusted source of professionals who can handle homeowner services like carpentry, plumbing, electrical and painting. Contractors use the platform for networking and reputation building. Thumbtack’s work model offers employees virtual job flexibility, parental leave that gives all parents 12 weeks and provides birthing parents with eight additional weeks and $1,000 annually in wellness benefits.

 

MobilityWare is a mobile gaming company that’s built multiple apps users download to play solitaire and other card games, blackjack and puzzle-style games in addition to offering games for Facebook. MobilityWare’s employees benefit from wellness-focused perks like unlimited PTO, a yearly company trip, an on-site gym and an employee assistance program.

 

First Entertainment Credit Union provides personal and business banking services to the entertainment industry. It incorporates support for employee mental health into its benefits program by offering access to wellness-focused resources like a fitness stipend, an Employee Assistance Plan and a premium Calm app subscription that can also be used by up to four dependents.

 

Food and beverage company Mondelez International has operations spread across 80-plus countries. It’s known for its popular snack brands such as Triscuit, Cadbury, Clif, Wheat Thins, Chips Ahoy!, Oreo, Ritz and Milka. Mondelez International aims to give its workforce well-rounded personal and professional support by including wellness programming and mental health resources in its employee benefits plan.

 

PatientPoint has a portfolio of healthcare technology solutions that enable medical providers to improve the way they communicate with and educate their patients. It offers employees multiple benefits intended to support their wellness, including access to a mental health platform for one-on-one coaching and therapy along with an onsite gym at the company’s Chicago office. PatientPoint also created a Wellness Committee that’s leading the charge on initiatives like yoga sessions, virtual cooking sessions and step challenges for employees.

 

Toast works with thousands of restaurants, bringing them the software and hardware they need to record orders, process payments, manage payroll, send email promotions and run other key components of their business. Toast employees enjoy lots of benefits meant to support their overall health and well-being, such as access to therapy and coaching, a wellness stipend and education and support for financial wellness.

 

Software company Adobe offers a range of benefits focused on supporting the wellbeing of its workforce. For example, employees in the United States have access to a $600 yearly wellness reimbursement, an employee assistance program, personal health coaching through LifeDojo and a Headspace subscription to provide them with mindfulness tools.

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Palo Alto Networks is a cybersecurity company bringing customers products and solutions to protect their clouds, networks, apps and mobile devices. Its employees enjoy a benefits package that includes wellness perks such as an onsite gym, instructor-led exercise classes and a speaker series focused on health and wellness.

 

Course Hero’s online platform gives students resources to help them study and prepare for tests, as well as access to tutoring services. The company says its employee benefits are intended to give its team members the flexibility to prioritize work, family and personal wellbeing. A $2,000 wellness stipend, as well as  weekly and monthly events organized by a wellness committee, are among Course Hero’s offerings.

 

Chief is a membership-based private network created to foster meaningful connections among women working in executive leadership roles. In addition to fully funding employees’ health insurance costs, the company also supports their wellness through quarterly stipends and a partnership with mental health care company Talkiatry.

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Fluidra operates several brands that manufacture pool and spa equipment for homes and businesses. Its employee health and wellness programs include gym reimbursements, seminars and workshops on topics like stress management, and activities centered around boosting wellness.

Rose Velazquez, Margo Steines and Sara B.T. Thiel contributed reporting to this story.

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