Four Colorado companies with the best work perks

Happy colleagues having snack at break in office

A healthy work environment can contribute to your overall sense of well-being. At Bright, we’re actively striving to create a healthy and balanced work environment for our People, but work-life balance can be tricky. From open floor plans to health incentives to free fitness classes, check out these Colorado companies with the coolest health perks.

Zen Planner  in Denver
Zen Planner gives you everything you need to take your passion for fitness to the next level. A team made up of like-minded fitness fanatics, Zen Planner employees are encouraged to keep their minds and bodies active with corporate activities—like climbing Colorado’s many 14ers. Zen Planner also empowers employees to stay fit with a newly remodeled office gym with yoga, CrossFit, Zumba and meditation classes throughout the week.

Peaksware  in Boulder
Peaksware isn’t your average software company; its platforms help people learn musical instruments, train for marathons and reach other lofty goals. Peaksware employees have access to an on-site gym and receive a $1,200 annual stipend for fitness-related costs. The company also organizes food-truck lunches, concert raffles and cookouts to keep employees brimming with workplace satisfaction.

Arapahoe Basin Ski Area  in Summit County
Arapahoe Basin Ski Area has the longest ski season in North America with an average of 350 inches of snowfall annually. During peak season, A-Basin employs 450 people who enjoy yoga sessions and free skiing at most resorts across the state to promote a healthy work-life balance.

Access Fund  in Boulder
Access Fund protects America’s outdoor climbing areas through policy initiatives, land acquisition and education. Employees are given free memberships to indoor climbing gyms and are encouraged to climb nearby Boulder Canyon.

Author: Bright Health

January 17, 2017