Health Links™ 2022 Annual Event: Celebrating Human ConnectionAug 31, 2022
Each year, Health Links celebrates Colorado employers committed to workplace health, safety, and well-being. This year’s event, Celebrating Human Connection, aptly celebrated in-person for the first time in two years. It honored the award winners and finalists for their achievements in the workplace while providing attendees the opportunity to network and gain inspiration from other employers.
Attendees benefited from the experience of keynote speaker Dr. Elizabeth Harry, Senior Medical Director of Well-being at UCHealth, who spoke on "Choice: The Secret of Well-being," an engaging panel of local business leaders on Total Worker Health®, as well as lightning talks from industry experts.
The day of the annual celebration, August 25, 2022, was officially proclaimed Total Worker Health Day by the state of Colorado.
Follow the hyperlinks of our award winners to watch a short video or featured stories on their impressive achievements!
Champion of Well-Being Award Winner: Metro Water Recovery
Our Champion of Well-being Awards recognize one outstanding workplace in the Healthy Workplace Certification™ Leader level.
Workplace Mental Health Champion Winner: TIAA
The Workplace Mental Health Champion Award recognizes one Certified Healthy Workplace that excels at supporting the mental health of employees, their families, and the community.
Community Impact Award Winner: RKThis new award was open to all organizations that have gone above and beyond supporting their employees and branched out to their community.
Family-Friendly Award Winner: Jefferson County
Our Family-Friendly Workplace Award recognized one organization that excels in supporting employees as caregiving in all stages of life.
Integration Award Winner: Eagle River Water & Sanitation District
The Integration Award is given to one organization that excels at integrating workplace health and safety – the key to achieving TWH—an integrated approach to promote the health, safety, and well-being of all workers.
Director’s Award Winner: Emily Sharpe, TIAA
The Director’s Award is given to one individual who demonstrates leadership in TWH.