Through custom challenges and a robust platform, Stuller expands wellness offerings with WellRight
WellRight, a leading provider in comprehensive wellness programs, announced today the signing of its newest client, Stuller. A wholesale fine jewelry distributor based in Lafayette, Louisiana, Stuller has a diverse workforce with more than 1,200 employees across the U.S.
“We were looking for a program to expand beyond the grassroots foundation we had already built and offer a fresh and exciting approach to wellness,” says Katie Gilbert, Benefits and Wellness Manager, Human Resources at Stuller. “With WellRight, we are able to implement a comprehensive, holistic approach–expanding beyond steps and weight loss challenges–to focus on additional essential pillars of well-being including financial and emotional health.”
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Stuller has already seen a marked increase in engagement. A significant number of employees completed their health risk assessment within the first week and started customized personal challenges, a feature unique to WellRight. “We are encouraged by the number of registrations and activities that our employees have engaged in. With the ease and flexibility of WellRight, we hope that employees are finding what truly resonates with them within the wellness program, fueling them toward positive behavior change,” says Gilbert.
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President and CEO of WellRight Tad Mitchell adds, “WellRight allows organizations to seamlessly integrate data and build a wellness program as unique as their employee population. Creating activities around core motivations is a fundamental way to build engagement over time, leading to healthier habits and, ultimately, a better bottom line.”
“WellRight’s holistic approach to well-being has allowed us to grow our program and engage our employees on an entirely new level,” Gilbert concludes.
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