Menomonee Falls, WI–In recognition of its dedication to employee health and well-being, WorkWise, a leading software developer, has been awarded the Healthiest Employer award from the Business Journal of Greater Milwaukee for the fourth consecutive year.

This prestigious honor reflects WorkWise’s commitment to improving the quality of life for its employees and their families by upholding a culture that emphasizes health and wellness.

The Healthiest Employer award is based on an assessment covering key components of worksite wellness programs such as programs offered, commitment, culture and leadership. A select group of 31 companies in Southeastern Wisconsin were presented with the award by Healthiest Employer, LLC of Indianapolis, an independent partner of the Business Journal.

WorkWise placed second in its category and is the only software company recognized in the competition.

“What a tremendous honor it is to receive the Healthiest Employers Award for the fourth year in a row,” said Wayne Wedell, WorkWise President. “It truly reflects how much we care about the health and well-being of our employees and their families.”

Anita Preston, WorkWise Human Resources Manager, commented, “It’s exciting to see so much growing support and enthusiasm for our wellness programming.”

WorkWise attributes this growing momentum to its employees, who are involved in both the planning and execution of the company’s wellness incentives.

“By involving employees in all stages of our wellness programming, WorkWise creates a foundation that is based upon employee contribution, support and ownership,” said Lora Ehmke, Wellness Committee Leader. “This approach allows our team to design unique and creative wellness initiatives that directly represent the needs of our employees.”

Some of these creative wellness initiatives include an on-site vegetable garden, a “Zen Den” room devoted to fostering new ideas, meditation and light workouts, company-sponsored healthy snacks and a unique “Wellness Inspires Giving” campaign that connects employee wellness with charitable contributions.

The Business Journal published the complete list of Healthiest Employers on Thursday, September 11th and honored the winners at an awards luncheon on Friday, October 31st. More information can be found www.bizjournals.com.

About WorkWise:
WorkWise develops Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software solutions and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) along with comprehensive implementation and support services. Our exclusive offerings, OnContact CRM and RB-ERP® comprise our trademarked Role-Based suite of applications which are engineered and tailored around actual roles found in the workplace. Use of OnContact CRM and RB-ERP software applications enable users to enhance efficiency by performing their jobs in less time with greater accuracy and improved proficiency.

OnContact CRM, which is offered with either a hosted or on premise deployment, is an award-winning, browser-based CRM solution. As a full-featured, customizable application suite that automates the sales, marketing and customer service areas of companies, OnContact CRM has been awarded the TopTenREVIEWS Excellence Award in recognition of its unique design and superior features.

RB-ERP offers make-to-order, repetitive and mixed-mode solutions to manufacturers to shorten cycle times and optimize manufacturing information, supply chain management, and manufacturing execution and planning. RB-ERP enhances operations by taking time out of the business processes and increasing value-add in products and services.

In addition, WorkWise has pre-configured integration between RB-ERP and OnContact CRM, which is unavailable from other ERP and CRM suppliers.
WorkWise is headquartered near Milwaukee, WI and has been inspiring companies to achieve new levels of success for over 15 years. For four consecutive years, WorkWise was recognized by the Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel for being a “Top Workplace” and also recognized by The Business Journal for being one of the area’s “Healthiest Employers” for four consecutive years.

Read Full Press Release

PDF Version