Sandridge Food Corporation has been recognized by The Healthy Business Council of Ohio (HBCO) as a Platinum Award recipient for demonstrating an outstanding commitment to employee wellness through comprehensive worksite health promotion and wellness programs. Sandridge Food Corporation is one of only three other Northeast Ohio companies to achieve a Platinum-level recognition.
"I am so lucky to work for a company that genuinely cares so much about their employees' wellbeing," said Claudio Gandaio, Sandridge's Wellbeing Coordinator. "The team and I have the full support of our executive team and because of this we have been able to provide a robust wellbeing program that helps our employees in many different areas of their health and lives."
Sandridge's best-in-class wellness program delivers a variety of initiatives that positively impact their employee's emotional and physical health. This well-rounded approach encourages positive health practices, enhances productivity and ensures a healthy work environment.
The awards ceremony will be offered virtually as part of the Health Action Council's 2021 Virtual Conference Series & Expo on February 4th.
About Sandridge Food Corporation
For more than 50 years, Sandridge Food Corporation has produced fresh deli salads, soups, entrees, desserts, sauces and dips for the club, food service and retail sectors. A leader in the refrigerated foods industry in North America, Sandridge has built its rich heritage by having an unparalleled commitment to food safety, culinary excellence, innovation and world-class customer service. We consistently uphold our Brand Promise: To always provide unrivaled, great tasting fresh foods with consistent hand-made quality that enhances the reputation of our customers.
About The Healthy Business Council of Ohio
The Healthy Business Council of Ohio and its eight statewide regional councils are a group of Ohio companies sharing best practices for a healthy workforce and a healthy economy. These companies have made a commitment to employees by incorporating comprehensive worksite health promotion and wellness programs into their worksites. Council members realize that healthy employees make a positive difference and that a positive return on investment in employee health is significant to both employer and employee.
SOURCE Sandridge Food Corporation
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