APA Center for Organizational Excellence: National Winners

The Awards

APA's 2008 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards

The American Psychological Association’s five National Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award winners have implemented a comprehensive set of workplace practices that foster employee health and well-being and enhance organizational performance. These organizations represent the very best from among the award winners recognized by our affiliated state, provincial and territorial psychological associations.

Nominees for the national award were selected from the pool of previous state-level Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award winners and submitted for consideration by the psychological association in the state, province or territory in which the company is located. Following a competitive evaluation and judging process, the top candidates were selected for national recognition.

2008 Winners

Click on the links below to read more about the 2008 Winners.

Government/Military/Educational Institution Category

ArkansasArkansas Educational Television Network (AETN) produces public television programming designed to inform, educate, entertain, enlighten and inspire. Dedicated to promoting life-long learning and improving the lives of all Arkansas citizens, AETN counts its employees and their families among those it serves. Read more

Medium For-Profit Category

British ColumbiaWestminster Savings Credit Union (WSCU) strives to stay true to its vision of caring about members, employees and the community. The company helps employees stay healthy and engaged in their work by offering various opportunities to contribute, learn and excel. Read more

Not-For-Profit Category

Puerto Rico — As a non-profit insurance company, Cooperativa de Seguros Múltiples de Puerto Rico (CSM) makes every effort to provide an extraordinary work environment that promotes the personal, professional and financial well-being of employees, as well as the social and cultural growth of Puerto Rico. For 45 years, CSM’s focus on human dignity has remained a valued source of direction. Read more

Small For-Profit Category

Georgia — Atlanta-based accounting and consulting firm, Porter Keadle Moore, LLP (PKM) prides itself on standard-setting service with a personal touch. Shattering industry stereotypes by building a culture of flexibility and communication, PKM creates an enjoyable work environment that reinvents the accounting firm experience for both clients and employees. Read more

Large For-Profit Category

Tennessee — As the largest link in the company’s U.S. supply chain, Nike Tennessee is responsible for distributing footwear, apparel and equipment worldwide. In its typical competitive fashion, this employer also sets the bar high when it comes to creating a workplace that values integrity, diversity and employee well-being. Read more

"When you have a high level of employee involvement in regards to the decision-making and problem-solving; and, when employees know that they are not alone to deal with their personal issues; and, when they see opportunities to become healthier with their employer's help; then, that business will be able to count on its greatest resource, its employees."

Glenn McFadden
Executive Vice President of Operations
The Comporium Group