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Arogya World recognizes 14 new companies as healthy workplaces

Bengaluru, Dec 16 (UNI) Arogya World on Thursday recognised 14 new companies as healthy workplaces in India.
"The organization has recognised 14 new healthy workplaces for championing workplace health and promoting healthy lifestyle among employees and addressing NCD prevention and mental well-being at its flagship annual healthy workplace conference and awards event," Arogya World Founder and CEO Dr Nalini Saligram said.

Arogya World is a non-profit organization which works for the prevention of non-communicable (NCD) diseases through health education and lifestyle change.
Over the years, Arogya World has recognised 159 companies as healthy workplaces, spanning over 3.3 million employees, she said.
The 2021 healthy workplace companies are Optum, Bayer, Nexusmalls, JLL, Conneqt Business Solutions, Roche, WNS, BIAL, Xiaomi, DanskeIT, Jaipur Rugs, SMEC, ABP, redBus.

Arogya World also recognized two exemplary companies, P&G and Cummins, for attaining the Platinum level, the highest level of the healthy workplace programme, and for demonstrating a data-driven culture of health, Dr Nalini said.
This invitation-only effort recognizes these companies for quantitatively tracking employee health and showing improvements in health metrics over time. This brings the total number of Platinum Healthy Workplaces to 35 in the Arogya community, she said.
Arogya World launched on Thursday a Covid-19 compendium, compiled to help Human Resource Officers to collaborate and learn from each other, while acknowledging the best practices in employee health and well-being in response to Covid in the past year, Nalini said.
Anandabazar Patrika (ABP), Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Limited (ABFRL), Aurus Tech, Bayer India, Bosch, Bangalore International Airport, Conneqt Business Solutions Ltd, Dalmia and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) are the companies featured in the Covid compendium.
Other companies featured are: Gokaldas Exports Ltd., HSBC, Indegene, India Steel, JLL, Juniper L&T, Nexus Malls, National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), Nuvoco, P&G India, Reliance Industries Ltd., Red Bus, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Tata Motors, Texas Instruments and Wipro.
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