Herbalife Nutrition received recognition for its global programs that support manager empowerment by the Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces Awards. The company was named one of the “Elite 8” companies, setting it apart as one of the top employers who make engagement, alignment and recognition central to the employee experience.
“Providing opportunities for our employees to grow professionally and be their best is part of our culture, and it’s built into the principle that together we can build it better,” said Everton Harris, Herbalife Nutrition Chief Human Resources Officer. “This award is a testament to our employees who commit to making this a great place to work every day.”
Part of Herbalife’s efforts to empower managers and aid employees in adapting to changing work styles included the launch of e-learning platforms, a development and coaching tool, and a global mentorship pilot program.
“With employee resignations and labor shortages plaguing the workforce, it has never been more important for companies to commit to improving the employee experience,” said Jeff Cates, Chief Executive Officer and President at Achievers. “The number of submissions we received for the Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces Awards proved not only that employers understand this need, but also shows their willingness to put people first during a crisis. The Elite 8 have exemplified what it looks like to be an employee-first company, and I want to congratulate them on both the well-deserved award and their dedication to their employees.”