November Updates

Wednesday, December 15 / 6:00 – 10:00 PM EST
MOLTI on Moody, Waltham, MA

After an amazing ten years, it’s time to celebrate our founders, members, volunteers, sponsors, awards winners, board members and all who have been an integral part of WWCMA’s mission to help organizations develop and sustain a healthy, thriving culture.
We’ll honor our history and toast to the future as WWCMA aims to be the premier community for thought leadership and innovation; building connections, best practices and learning opportunities for organizations who want to build a healthier workforce.
There will be cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and networking! We’ll also present plaques at 6:30 pm to all our 2021 WorkWell Massachusetts Award Winners and Honorable Mention recipients at the event.
Come celebrate 10 years of worksite wellness with us!
November Updates

WWCMA WorkWell Award Winners

WWCMA Congratulates the Sixth Annual WorkWell Employer Award Winners
We’re excited to announce the winners of our sixth annual WorkWell Massachusetts Awards for exemplary worksite health promotion. The awards, powered by Healthiest Employers, recognize achievements in developing, implementing, and participating in corporate health improvement and wellness programs.

This year’s award winners will be recognized at the WWCMA 10th Anniversary Celebration on December 15, 2021 in Waltham, MA. READ MORE


DUAL Membership with WWCMA and NWI!
With the recent launch of our partnership with the National Wellness Institute (NWI), our members receive even greater value, including access to exceptional educational resources and events from NWI, an international wellness leader!
Effective immediately, all active WWCMA members have been upgraded to a dual WWCMA/NWI membership at no additional cost, with access to the following additional benefits:
  • Membership discounts on available NWI courses and events
  • Access to NWI’s LinkedWELL online community, including a private WWCMA Group within LinkedWELL (coming soon!)
  • Free tools and resources available only to members


Create Healthier Communication by Embracing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Learn how your organization can promote a culture that supports DE&I
There is no doubt the workforce has become more diverse in recent decades. With five generations in the labor market and the ability to work remotely, many organizations are now able to tap into talent across the globe. Since early 2000, there has been a shift away from viewing diversity as primarily a compliance measure. Today, diversity is a vital strategic priority, along with equity and inclusion. The surge in social action, a spotlight on systemic racism, and the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on marginalized groups over the past two years has further raised the stakes, impacting the foundational well-being of our society.
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