Benefit Commerce Group clients receive 13 wellness awards

Benefit Commerce Group, a Scottsdale-based innovative employee benefits consulting firm, announced that its clients received 13 awards presented by the Wellness Council of Arizona at its 30th Annual Meeting & Awards event in Tucson.

The Wellness Council annually recognizes organizations and individuals statewide who have promoted worksite wellness and have achieved notable results and progress through their programs.

The Wellness Council of Arizona is the leading health promotion organization in Arizona, coordinating wellness programs for employees across the state, according to a press release.

“Employers’ wellness programs go hand-in-hand with a growing commitment to consumerism in healthcare,” stated Scott Wood, principal and CEO of Benefit Commerce Group, in the release. “As employees focus on improving their health, they also place more emphasis on shopping for cost effective and quality healthcare to maintain their health, and this saves money on healthcare costs for employees.”

Benefit Commerce Group clients were recognized in all six categories of the awards program of the Wellness Council of Arizona for organizations and individuals:

Organization: Process & Leadership in Worksite Wellness Promotion

  • Bell Steel, Chandler
  • Longust Distributing, Inc., Mesa
  • Master Electronics, Phoenix
  • Northwest Fire District, Tucson
  • State Bar of Arizona, Phoenix
  • Stotz Equipment, Avondale
  • Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development, Phoenix

Organization: Process, Progress & Leadership in Worksite Wellness Promotion

  • Column5 Consulting, Scottsdale
  • Buffalo Exchange, Tucson

Organization: Official Gold Seal of Good Health Keeping                                                          

  • Beatrice Keller Clinic, Peoria

Individual: Senior Leadership Recognition

  • Master Electronics, Phoenix: Ken Solheim—Human Resource Director

Individual: Wellness Committee Member Recognition

  • Stotz Equipment, Avondale: Margaret Valenzuela —Human Resources Manager

Individual: Personal Achievement Recognition

  • State Bar of Arizona, Phoenix: Mike Fusselman

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