PEBA Partners is an award program that honors employers that demonstrate a dedication to promoting a physically, emotionally and financially healthier workplace. PEBA strives to recognize employers who are setting the bar for workplace well-being programs across the state. Each year, the application is sent to participating employer groups in May, and the winners are recognized at the Benefits at Work conference.
Overall winner | South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR)
SCDOR's Wellness and Outreach Committees help support Goal 4 of SCDOR’s Strategic Plan: To engage and empower employees. Over the past 18 months, the two programs have developed opportunities for employees to improve their personal wellness and give back to the community.
Higher education winner | Horry-Georgetown Technical College
Horry-Georgetown Technical College is committed to the health and wellness of its faculty and staff and creating an environment that is inclusive of a healthy lifestyle. By providing wellness programs, they strive to increase awareness and encourage participation so employees will continue to make positive choices that have an impact on their lives at work and at home.
State agency winner | Department of Education
The South Carolina Department of Education’s shared vision is to ensure that every student meets the profile of the South Carolina graduate, so they’re ready for the military, workforce, technical college, or a four-year college or university.
Optional employer winner | City of Goose Creek
The City of Goose Creek Human Resources offers a robust wellness program where employees are offered the opportunity to earn paid time off for wellness activities that promote greater health in their personal and professional lives.
Public school district winner | Lexington-Richland School District 5
School District 5 of Lexington and Richland counties’ staff understands the importance of healthy lifestyles and financial well-being. Their employees continue to enjoy opportunities that have been offered through a partnership with PEBA.