2012 Healthiest Companies in the North Bay winner profiles

From nominations gathered over the summer and in September, The Business Journal selected 17 companies that will be honored the Journal’s 2012 Health Care Conference on Wednesday. [read more]In this report

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2012 Healthiest Companies in the North Bay winner profilesAgilent TechnologiesBurr Pilger Mayer, Inc.page 2Exchange BankGeneral Dynamicspage 3Ghilotti Bros., Inc.Kaiser Permanente Marin--Sonomapage 4LEMO USANova Group, Inc.page 5Pacific Union CollegeRedwood Empire Schools Insurance Grouppage 6Redwood Regional Medical GroupSanta Rosa and Rohnert Park Oral Surgerypage 7St. Joseph Health, Sonoma CountySutter Pacific Medical Foundationpage 8Trinchero Family Estates/Sutter Home WineryW. Bradley ElectricWells Fargo Insurance ServicesHealth Care Conference panelist Q&AsJohn Fradelizio, Wells Fargo Insurance ServicesRick Heron, Western Health AdvantageDavid Hodges, Vantreo Insurance BrokerageDennis Lum, Kaiser PermanenteVictor McKnight, EPIC Insurance BrokersMichael Parr, NorthWest Insurance AgencyMike Purvis, Sutter Medical Center of Santa RosaTodd Salnas, St. Joseph Health, Sonoma CountyJim Settles, Woodruff Saywer & Co.

Following are profiles of the 2012 Healthiest Companies in the North Bay in alphabetical order:Agilent Technologies SECOND TIME WINNERCreating a Campus Culture of Wellness

SANTA ROSA -- Agilent Technologies recognizes that employees are the reason for its success.

By promoting health and wellness, the company facilitates a win/win process highlighted in its Global Health & Safety Initiative: “People Who Feel Good, Do Good.”

The firm’s Electronic Measurement Group (EMG) in Santa Rosa, offers a wide range of onsite programs, including: employee gardening, a fitness center, 15 free classes each week, a wellness studio, par course, soccer and softball fields, ping pong tables, a basketball court and acres of space to walk, explore and enjoy the great outdoors.

Vegetables grown in the employee garden are served at the company cafe. Several employees also participate in smoking cessation and stress management classes.

“Our management team works very hard to emphasize and ensure that wellness is an integral part of campus life,” said EMG President Guy Sene.  

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