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First County Bank Honored as 2017 Healthy Workplace Employer

First County Bank was honored by The Business Council of Fairfield County in their 2017 Healthy Workplace Employer Recognition Program as a Gold category employer. The recognition program was held Friday, February 9, at the Stamford Marriott Hotel and Spa.

“First County Bank is honored to be among such a distinguished group of employers which actively work to promote employee health and well-being,” said Rey Giallongo, chairman and CEO of First County Bank. “We ‘re proud to be recognized as a Gold award recipient this year, which showcases our continued efforts to enhance our employee health and wellness initiatives.”

“What has been fascinating to witness is how companies continue to improve upon their wellness programs and are steadfast in making wellness a priority,” commented Anthony Aguanno, senior account executive, UnitedHealthcare of CT, Inc. and co-chair, The Business Council’s Wellness Roundtable. “From increasing engagement to identifying modifiable risk factors, these employers have been able to increase employee satisfaction and productivity while posting medical cost savings.”

Eric Thompson, principal, BlueBack, LLC., Vanessa Calabro, vice president, human resource manager, First County Bank, and Anthony Aguanno, senior account executive, UnitedHealthcare, and co-chair, The Business Council’s Wellness Roundtable at the 2017 Healthy Workplace Employer Recognition Event.

The 2017 Healthy Workplace Employer Recognition Program applauded the efforts of area employers who understand the competitive advantage of a healthy workforce and who have implemented a diverse range of programs to promote a healthy workplace and assist their employees to live healthier lives. The recognition program was presented by The Business Council’s Wellness Roundtable, with the generous support of First Niagara Risk Management Services Inc. and UnitedHealthcare of CT, Inc. The Healthy Workplaces Employer Recognition Program offers three categories of distinction, Platinum, Gold and Silver, awarded on the basis of program components and outcomes.

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