The City of Lebanon Named One of the Healthiest Employers of Ohio

The City of Lebanon has been recognized in the 2022 Healthiest Employers of Ohio, an awards program created to honor people-first organizations that prioritize the well-being of their employees. Companies were recognized because of their commitment to workplace wellness and exceptional health and benefit offerings. Increased flexibility, work-life balance and mental health resources have proven to be common trends among Healthiest Employer honorees.

 The City of Lebanon received first place in the 0-200 Employees category. We believe one of the most vital benefits of our health program is our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and staff support for open discussions about mental health/illness, reducing the stigma around mental health/illness.

 “Our employee wellness initiatives have helped foster a culture of not only wellness, but also teamwork and camaraderie through various events and programs that we have undertaken. Through education, physical activity, mental and emotional health, and community involvement, we have experienced amazing individual and group transformations that make us a better organization.” Scott Brunka, City Manager

 Award applicants are evaluated across six key categories: Culture and Leadership, Foundational Components, Strategic Planning, Communication and Marketing, Programming and Interventions, and Reporting and Analytics.

 View the full list of 2022 Award Recipients here.

About Springbuk and Healthiest Employers
Springbuk is a health intelligence software platform that empowers everyone in an employer's health ecosystem to glean actionable insights to improve their population's well-being and contain claims costs. Each year, Springbuk administers the Healthiest Employers Awards Program across the country to honor the nation's most dedicated employers in bettering their worksite health and wellness programs. To date, over 10,000 employers across 40+ US cities have participated in the awards program. Learn more at and