Health Equity at Work
This editorial series highlights efforts underway at companies that are part of the AHA CEO Roundtable leadership collaborative.
Please note, the American Heart Association does not endorse or promote products or services from other organizations. Comments and opinions expressed in this editorial by people outside the Association do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Association.
Levi Strauss & Co. offers a wide variety of benefits to ensure employee health fits well for everyone
Levi Strauss & Co.’s (LS&Co.) website proudly proclaims, “We’ve always stood up for what’s right!” The global apparel company synonymous with its iconic blue jeans was a leader in extending health benefits to domestic partners, pioneered labor and environmental guidelines in manufacturing, and even gives employees paid time off to vote.
On a Quest for Health Equity at work and in communities
Quest Diagnostics is the world’s leading provider of diagnostic information services, serving half of the hospitals and one-third of the U.S. population annually. The company provides results for nearly 2 million tests daily, ranging from routine testing to breakthrough genetic testing.
Known for delivering results that aim to improve public health, Quest and its 50,000 employees are putting themselves to the test in another important way: striving for health equity in the communities where they work.
Hearst takes a hard look at health equity – in the news and in the media company’s own workplace
Leaders at Hearst are sharply focused on ensuring an equitable workplace and equitable health among its 23,000 employees at 360 TV stations, newspapers and other businesses.
At ADP, building a better workplace begins with health equity
The workplace is more than where you simply earn a paycheck. It is also a place where you can build a healthy life. That’s the philosophy at ADP, a global provider of human capital management services and software that is very focused on providing healthy equity for its 58,000 employees…