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iHire Receives Top Honors for Worksite Wellness Achievements

Frederick, Maryland (June 2018) – On June 1, 2018, iHire was recognized with a Gold Healthiest Maryland Businesses Wellness at Work Award for their exemplary accomplishments in worksite health promotion. Of the 58 total winners, 22 were from the Capital Region which includes employers located in Frederick, Montgomery, and Prince George’s counties.

Howard Haft, MD, Deputy Secretary of the Maryland Department of Health, congratulated awards recipients at the 9th Annual Maryland Workplace Health & Wellness Symposium in Baltimore, Maryland, noting, “In public health, we strive to improve health through community-based efforts. Worksites are one place that many Marylanders spend a majority of their day and are a crucial setting in which to make the healthy choice the easy choice. Congratulations to all of the 2018 Wellness at Work Awards recipients.”

“We’re thrilled to receive the Gold award again this year!” said Vickie Krolak, SPHR, CP-SHRM, iHire’s Administrative Manager. “In 2017, we further strengthened our existing health and wellness offerings by adding biweekly yoga and meditation sessions as well as weekly group walks and walking meetings. It’s great to see our employees taking an active role in improving their wellness.”

The Wellness at Work Awards are sponsored by Healthiest Maryland Businesses, the State’s initiative to support healthy workplaces. Any Maryland employer who is a member of Healthiest Maryland Businesses is eligible to apply, and there is no cost to be a member. Recognition criteria are based on the CDC’s Workplace Health Model. Applicants are asked to describe activities and share examples of policies and tools developed and utilized in the four areas of assessment: planning, management, implementation, and evaluation.

Employers may earn a Gold, Silver, Bronze, or On the Path award based on their activities to establish leadership support for wellness, create wellness committees, survey the needs and interests of their employees, set health improvement goals, and develop monitoring tools to track their outcomes over time. A complete list of recognized businesses can be found at


About Healthiest Maryland Businesses

Launched in 2010 and based at the Maryland Department of Health, Healthiest Maryland Businesses helps businesses create customized wellness plans, set wellness goals, and monitor progress. Six regional coordinators around the state provide personalized guidance to businesses of all sizes. To date, more than 270 businesses have signed on to take advantage of this program. For more information about Healthiest Maryland Businesses, contact Angela Blair, Coordinator for worksites located in Frederick, Montgomery and Prince George’s counties at or at 301-600-1861 or visit


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Author: Natalie Winzer, iHire

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