On Thursday, December 11, 2014, the Triangle Business Journal honored Capitol Broadcasting Company as one of the Top 35 Healthiest Employers in the Triangle. CBC earned a spot on the list for a variety of benefits and a workplace atmosphere that support making and health and wellness and priority for our employees.
CBC was the first Be Active workplace in North Carolina and continues a strong wellness initiative with Be Active CBC. We provide monthly reimbursements towards health club memberships, personal trainer sessions and movement classes. In the past year we started a Wellness Initiative through which employees train and participate together in 5k and 10k’s in the area. CBC sponsors an on-site Weight Watchers program free of charge to our employees who attend.
CBC also encourages all employees to become CPR-certified and maintain that certificate with on-site training during work hours. And each fall we hold an annual Health Fair through which employees can get a check on their health and earn health insurance premium discounts simply for participating and working towards a wellness goal.
These are but a few of the reasons CBC made the TBJ list. See the full profile and the entire list of winners here:
- TBJ honors the Triangle’s 35 healthiest employers
- Triangle Business Journal unveils area’s healthiest employers
Corp Vice President of Human Resources Angie Emerline accepted the award on behalf of CBC at the awards luncheon at the Crabtree Marriott.