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Regency Centers Wins First Coast Healthiest Companies Award for 15th Consecutive Year

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Regency Centers has been honored with the First Coast Healthiest Companies award by Jacksonville's First Coast Worksite Wellness Council for the 15th consecutive year. Achieving the Platinum level for the ninth year in a row, Regency is among only 20 companies to receive this top recognition. The award acknowledges Regency's commitment to comprehensive wellness programs that focus on physical, financial, emotional, and social well-being. Highlights include an annual Health Fair, biometric screenings, Virgin Pulse® platform access, and robust financial and mental health support initiatives. This continuous recognition underscores Regency's dedication to fostering a healthy workplace culture.

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  • Regency Centers won the First Coast Healthiest Companies award for the 15th consecutive year.
  • Achieved Platinum level for the ninth consecutive year, placing among only 20 companies with this status.
  • Implemented comprehensive wellness programs covering physical, financial, emotional, and social well-being.
  • Annual Health Fair and biometric screening incentives contribute to employee health.
  • Provides access to Virgin Pulse® platform for health and wellness resources.
  • Offers Health Savings Account (HSA) and Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA).
  • Expanded dental benefits and increased short-term disability and paid parental leave in 2022.
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  • No direct link to potential revenue or profit growth from these wellness initiatives.
  • Lack of detailed metrics on how these wellness programs translate to business performance.

NORTHAMPTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / May 28, 2024 / For the 15th year in a row, Jacksonville's First Coast Worksite Wellness Council (FCWWC) has honored Regency Centers with the First Coast Healthiest Companies award. Regency reached the Platinum level - the highest level of the award - for its ninth consecutive year, and is one of just 20 companies to earn this achievement.

This award recognizes companies that are committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of their employees. Platinum award winners have best-in-class wellness programs and facilitate a culture of health within their organizations, as demonstrated by robust programming that supports multiple pillars of well-being (e.g., physical, mental, social).

Prioritizing a Culture of Wellness

At Regency Centers, we prioritize our people's safety, health, and overall well-being. Our comprehensive benefits package addresses four main categories of wellness.

  • Physical health: Empowering employees to adopt positive habits and maintain a healthy lifestyle
  • Financial security: Improving quality of life and alleviating stress associated with financial insecurity
  • Emotional balance: Providing tools and resources to build resiliency and support mental wellness
  • Connected community: Building a strong community and fostering positive social interactions

Among the programs that have earned Regency this honor are an annual Health Fair and a partnership that offers biometric screening and incentives for employees to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Virgin Pulse®, a complimentary online platform, provides our employees with access to tools that focus on health and wellness education and awareness. We also offer a Health Savings Account (HSA) Fund and Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA), and provide access to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for mental health counseling.

It's a great honor to receive another Platinum award for being among Northeast Florida's healthiest companies," said Reese Dowell, Senior Manager of Compensation and Benefits. "This award underscores Regency's commitment to providing best-in-class programs that create a healthy and supportive workplace culture. We're proud to have a leadership team who supports investing in resources that help us design, implement, and measure programs to improve the overall health and well-being of our employees and this win demonstrates our ongoing dedication.

We evaluate our benefit offerings yearly and look for opportunities to align further with our employees' needs. In 2022, we expanded our dental benefits to three preventive care cleanings per year and periodontal implants as a ‘Major' added coverage. Furthermore, short-term disability weekly payout and paid parental leave increased.

Learn more about Regency's commitment to health, wellness, and Corporate Responsibility here.

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FAQ

What award did Regency Centers win for the 15th consecutive year?

Regency Centers won the First Coast Healthiest Companies award for the 15th consecutive year.

How many consecutive years has Regency Centers achieved the Platinum level for the First Coast Healthiest Companies award?

Regency Centers has achieved the Platinum level for the First Coast Healthiest Companies award for nine consecutive years.

What wellness programs contributed to Regency Centers winning the First Coast Healthiest Companies award?

Programs include an annual Health Fair, biometric screenings, Virgin Pulse® platform access, Health Savings Account (HSA), and Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA).

What are the main categories of wellness addressed by Regency Centers' benefits package?

Regency Centers' benefits package addresses physical health, financial security, emotional balance, and connected community.

Did Regency Centers expand any benefits in 2022?

Yes, Regency Centers expanded dental benefits and increased short-term disability and paid parental leave in 2022.

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