Gentlemen, start your engines

Koster, Kathleen
September 2009
Employee Benefit News;Sep2009, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p32
The article features Melissa Hubler, Subaru of Indiana Automotive Incorporated's (SIA) group leader of payroll and benefits and recipient of the 2009 VSP "GetFit" Benny Award. She was recognized for implementing a program that helped SIA employees improve their financial understanding as well as their personal wellness. The Financially Fit Program focuses on helping SIA associates live longer, healthier, and more productive. Hubler's efforts led to a reformulation of the company's culture and employee paradigms.


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