CNO Financial Group in Carmel is the highest-ranked Indiana company on the list.
Several Indiana-based companies are ranked among the "Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America." The ranking from Healthiest Employers was determined through an assessment of categories, including culture and leadership commitment, strategic planning and programming and interventions.
Carmel-based CNO Financial Group Inc. (NYSE: CNO) is ranked the highest among Indiana companies at number 11. Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana in Princeton follows at number 16, which is a 28-point improvement over the previous year.
"Everything at Toyota has wellness built-in to the process," Tony Dillon, human resources and safety general manager at TMMI, said in a news release. "Before new team members can even begin their production roles, they participate in a 6-week physical conditioning program in one of our three on-site wellness centers to prepare them for each individual process. This ensures they have the knowledge and experience to be safe and take care of their health in and outside of the plant."
In all, 10 Hoosier-based companies were listed among the top 100. They include:
11. CNO Financial Group - Carmel
16. Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana - Princeton
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