North American Credit Services Named Healthier Tennessee Workplace

Friday, October 17, 2014

The Governor’s Foundation for Health and Wellness announced that North American Credit Services has been named a Healthier Tennessee Workplaces for its commitment to encouraging and enabling employees to live a healthy lifestyle both at work and at home.

 

“North American Credit Services has created a culture of wellness that encourages and enables employees to be healthier, more productive, and more satisfied with their jobs.

It’s good for business, and it’s good for Tennessee,” Rick Johnson, president and chief executive officer of the Governor’s Foundation said.

 

To become a Healthier Tennessee Workplace, North American Credit Services certified that they have a wellness program in place that does the following:

Ø  Encourages and enables physical activity in the workplace

Ø  Offers healthy eating options at work

Ø  Provides help with tobacco cessation local resources

Ø  Encourages and enables employees to monitor their own health through regular health risk assessments, screenings or check-ups

Ø  Rewards and recognizes employees for participating in health and wellness activities and achieving health improvements

“Employees are family. They are a vital part of our team and our success. A healthful family member, team member is better for the overall success of life and any goals we may have as an organization,” states Dallas S. Bunton, Sr. chief executive officer and chairman of NACS and Medical Services of Chattanooga. “Employees spend a greater number of their waking hours on our Campus. My goal is to always provide a clean, safe and healthy place to work and grow our talents.”

 

The designation is granted for one full year with an opportunity to renew on an annual basis.


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