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Gold Bell Workplace Seal Recipients

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“Receiving the Bell Seal award for the second year is an amazing accomplishment for our agency. Our mission is to be the most employee-centered agency. Focusing on our employees’ well-being makes us proud to be a repeat award recipient.”

“At Andersen Construction, we don’t just build buildings – we build relationships. This is evident in all that we do, especially in our commitment to being the Employer of Choice for the families that we serve. Our holistic approach to well-being reaffirms our belief that mental health is a critical part of our overall culture.”

“Associated Bank is committed to the health and well-being of its colleagues through ongoing well-being programming, activities, and events to help promote a balanced and healthful lifestyle. The bank continues to enhance colleague well-being programs focused on physical, mental, and financial health."

“At Brinker, we believe mental health is a critical component of overall health and well-being. Not only do our Team Members need our support, but we also owe it to them and want to meet their needs. While we know we have more work to do, we will continue to support the cause and provide resources to our entire workforce.”

“Broward College strives to maintain a welcoming and inclusive environment with a high level of well-being, where individuals are valued and supported so they can live a life of energy and vitality, and the ability to thrive in a challenging and changing world.”

“We are honored to receive the Bell Seal award, a recognition of our continued work to support the wellness and safety of individuals and their communities throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.”

“We know that COVID has affected the mental health of many children and adults in our community, and our CSC staff and managers have felt the same impact. Anxiety over the pandemic, limitations and occasional closing for local businesses, schools, and governments, uncertainty about jobs and childcare, loss of loved ones – these factors and more have altered so many lives and workplaces.”

“Mental health is important to our organization because it affects how we feel and think and how we act starting at childhood to adulthood, which is why we want to ensure Employees that they are never alone to cope with any situation.”

“Our goal is to cultivate a positive, healthy, safe work environment that sets the standard for excellence and inclusion and empowers our employees to live a life of well-being. Our goal in bringing awareness to the commonality of mental health challenges, providing education and resources is to reduce the stigma and eventually remove the fear of negative reactions to seek help or offer help during a mental health challenge.”

“At ConvergeOne, we strive to connect people with purpose, which begins within our organization. We encourage our team members to build connections with each other, our customers, their community, and their work to live their purpose and develop their full potential.”

“Workplace stress is prominent, and stigma is real. Ensuring that our staff is supported positively impacts the individuals we serve, the company culture, and the employee's whole life. We promote self-care consistently, and our staff feel welcome, safe, and heard, and, in return, we have an amazing and dedicated team!”

“We are proud of our commitment to Hubbell’s holistic well-being program, centered around the three pillars of health, wealth, and peace of mind. Supporting our team members is instrumental in the success of our business.”

“If the past two years have taught us anything, it’s the impact that mental health has on our day-to-day lives and those around us. At Kroger, we continue to approach mental health from a holistic perspective, focusing on ways to support our associates’ well-being mentally, emotionally, physically, and financially.”

“At Mission Partners, we strive to build a workplace that centers on the mental health and well-being of our employees, contractors, vendors, and partners. Achieving the Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health is one way we hold ourselves accountable to that goal.”

“As part of our mission as an academic medical center, NewYork-Presbyterian is dedicated to preventing disease and improving the health and well-being of our patients, our communities, and our workforce. Integral to this mission is our commitment to helping our entire workforce improve and maintain their mental health and overall well-being.”

“SERV strives to provide comprehensive care for the dedicated professionals who work with the individuals we serve, especially regarding their mental health and physical well-being. Earning the Bell Seal is a wonderful affirmation that we are on the right track to meeting our goals.”

“Every day at SCA Health, we strive to create a safe, inclusive, and diverse culture where teammates can bring their whole, authentic selves to work and feel supported by their colleagues and leaders. As part of our larger Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging efforts, we have a Teammate Resource Group (TRG), called the Stigma Free TRG that focuses specifically on mental health. This group works tirelessly to bring understanding and awareness to all of our teammates impacted by mental health or substance use disorders to help them feel understood and supported.”

“As an organization focused on supporting our associates as both people and professionals, the Bell Seal certification showcases our commitment and progress in achieving this goal.”

“In a time where we’ve seen stress levels at all-time highs, especially throughout COVID, we need to consistently be there for our team members and provide them with the resources they need to be the best version of themselves. Supporting mental health can no longer be thought of as an optional benefit, but rather something essential for maintaining a productive and satisfied workforce.”

Recipients without logos

  • Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office
  • PwC