Pittsburgh-based Automated Health Systems (AHS) announced today that it has been nominated for prestigious awards in two categories by the Pittsburgh Human Resources Association (PHRA). Recognized by the PHRA’s annual Engaging Pittsburgh Awards for 2019, AHS was selected in the Talent, Recruitment & Retention category for its award-winning Corporate Health Challenge program. The initiative focuses on employee good health and nutrition through a vigorous program of exercise and dietary counseling. In addition, Kimberly Conner, Executive Senior Vice President of Human Resources at AHS was nominated as Leader Of The Year in recognition of her outstanding corporate leadership, and nearly three decades of service to the company and its employees.
“It is truly gratifying to see the fruits of so much labor over so many years come to bear. The company-sponsored Corporate Health Challenge has been a tremendous success helping our employees enjoy a healthier, more productive lifestyle.” Ms. Conner said.
Reflecting on her long tenure at AHS, Kim stated, “I’ve been very fortunate in my career to have the opportunity to meet and work with so many fine professionals from all walks of life. Through the good times and bad, I know that we are helping people every single day and I couldn’t imagine doing anything better than that.”
For over a decade the PHRA’s Engaging Pittsburgh: Innovative People Practices has recognized employees and employers from across the region who have demonstrated creativity in designing business practices that have significantly contributed towards organizational and employee achievements. Winners for 2019 will be announced at the PHRA Engaging Pittsburgh awards celebration on Thursday, April 11 at the Omni William Penn Hotel.