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HCSS Customers Enjoy Weather, Wellness During Training

March 31, 2015
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guysbasketball1HCSS employees enjoy a lot of perks working in our Sugar Land, Texas, office.

Onsite fitness facilities and personal trainers, outdoor walking and running tracks, dog kennels, and fresh fruits and snacks are just some of the wellness offerings HCSS provides its employs.

And when our customers are on site for implementation or training, they get to reap the healthy benefits as well.

HCSS had more than 50 customers on site in late March for implementation and a HeavyBid 101 training class. While the majority of their time was spent in classrooms listening to instructors and specialists, they did get to stretch their legs quite a bit.

The weather was great, a welcome 75 degrees and sunny, which left many from the northern areas of the country -- which are still suffering wintery conditions -- longing to get outside.


Some played a few games of hoops on our covered all-weather basketball court, while some walked the clay running track behind the building.

HCSS believes in providing our employees -- and customers -- with avenues to keep up with wellness year-round. We believe that in today's busy social and professional environment, it's easy to get bogged down and burned out. And we think it's important to do take breaks, have fun, and enjoy a healthy lifestyle to keep our bodies and minds happy and healthy.

Maybe that's why we've been named a "Best Companies to Work For in Texas" eight years in a row, one of Houston Business Journal's "Houston's Healthiest Employers" for four years straight, and a TINYpulse Happiest Company.

Want to implement some of these ideas at your company, but don't know where to start?

Inc.com has a few easy-to-implement ideas that won't break the bank but will get your employees thinking about their health. Check them out here.

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