Welcome to the

WorkWell Awards

Celebrating  Excellence in Workforce Wellness

At the Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts, we believe that a healthy workforce is the cornerstone of a thriving business. That’s why we’re proud to host the annual WorkWell Awards, an esteemed recognition celebrating organizations committed to fostering employee wellbeing and promoting a culture of health within their workforce.

We are currently reviewing WorkWell Award applications.

We’ll announce the 2024 winners soon!

Interested in sponsoring our 2024 WorkWell Awards event?

Why Apply for the WorkWell Awards?


Stand out as a leader in workforce wellness within Massachusetts and beyond. The WorkWell Awards are a mark of distinction, signaling to clients, partners, employees, and prospective talent that your organization prioritizes health and wellbeing.


Investing in employee wellness not only enhances morale and productivity but also fosters loyalty and retention. Being recognized with a WorkWell Award can boost employee pride and motivation, contributing to a happier, more engaged workforce.


In today’s competitive market, organizations that prioritize employee health and wellbeing gain a significant edge. Showcase your commitment to wellness to attract top talent, differentiate your brand, and strengthen your position in the marketplace.


Applying for the WorkWell Awards provides an opportunity for your organization to undergo a comprehensive evaluation by the wellness experts at Healthiest Employers. Receive valuable feedback, benchmarks, insights, and best practices to further enhance your wellness initiatives and drive continuous improvement.


Join a community of like-minded organizations dedicated to advancing workforce wellness. Connect with industry peers, share experiences, and gain inspiration from innovative approaches to employee health and wellbeing.

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Congratulations to the 2023 Top Award Winners


(5000+ Employees)


(2,500-4,999 employees)


(1,000-2,499 employees)


(under 1,000 employees)

How to

Review Eligibility Criteria

Ensure your organization meets the eligibility requirements for the WorkWell Awards. Eligible organizations include businesses, non-profits, government agencies, and educational institutions operating in Massachusetts. Organizations must demonstrate evidence of wellness programming (as indicated by the application), and have at least 2 employees.

Prepare Your Application

Gather information and testimonials showcasing your organization’s wellness initiatives, programs, and outcomes. Highlight achievements, innovation, and employee engagement strategies that demonstrate your commitment to workforce wellness.

Submit Your Application

Complete the online application form and submit all required materials by the specified deadline. Our review panel will carefully evaluate each submission based on established criteria, including program design, implementation, and impact.

Celebrate Success

Finalists and award recipients will be notified of their status and invited to attend the WorkWell Awards Ceremony, where outstanding achievements in workforce wellness will be celebrated and recognized.

Join Us in Building Healthier Workforces

The WorkWell Awards are more than just an accolade—they’re a testament to your organization’s dedication to promoting health, wellbeing, and productivity among employees. Take the first step towards achieving excellence in workforce wellness by applying for the WorkWell Awards today.

For inquiries or assistance with the application process, please contact our team at awards@wwcma.org. We’re here to support you on your journey to creating a healthier, happier, and more thriving workforce.

Healthiest Employers Benchmark Report

In partnership with Healthiest Employers, applicants of the WorkWell awards may purchase a benchmark report that provides an opportunity to learn from the leading organizations that participated in the 2023 awards program. Here you will find information on the individual reports that compare your organization’s results to the national averages of over 1,000+ employee-focused companies.

The report includes:

  1. National Aggregate Data Report
  2. Multi-Comparison Benchmark
  3. Report + Consultation Bundle
Results are organized by the six key areas of health and wellbeing:
  1. Culture and Leadership Commitment
  2. Foundational Components
  3. Strategic Planning
  4. Communications and Marketing
  5. Programming and Interventions
  6. Reporting and Analytics

Receive WorkWell Award Information and Announcements 



(5000+ Employees)


(2,500-4,999 employees)


(1,000-2,499 employees)


(under 1,000 employees)

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