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City of North Miami Council Honors Sapoznik Insurance for National Employee Wellness Month as New Police Chief, Leonard Burgess, is Sworn In

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NORTH MIAMI, Fla., June 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On Tuesday, June 10, Andrew Goodman, Vice President of Sapoznik Insurance, and Mario Junco, Wellness Director of Sapoznik Insurance, received the Certificate of Recognition in honor of National Employee Wellness Month at North Miami City Hall from Acting Mayor Philippe Bien-Aime and Council Members.

Acting Mayor Philippe Bien-Aime and Council Members along with Personnel Department Staff of the City of North Miami bestowing the Certificate of Recognition to Vice President Andrew Goodman and Wellness Director Mario Junco of Sapoznik Insurance in honor of National Employee Wellness Month. This award celebrates their continuous support and health initiatives provided to the employees in the City of North Miami offering education and a platform for awareness contributing to a healthier city.

Through the efforts of Sapoznik Insurance, The City of North Miami has benefitted from customized wellness programs featuring biometric screenings, weight loss, nutritional seminars and fitness challenges that have positively transformed their employee population. The health initiatives and educational involvement that Sapoznik Insurance has implemented has motivated the City employees in North Miami to lead healthier lives and create a positive working environment.

The month of June has been dedicated by the City of North Miami to celebrate its unique involvement in the healthcare of its staff, citizens, and leadership. This recognition gives an example to organizations of how to continually support employees by creating a healthy culture, improving their health and well-being while lowering healthcare costs, and driving engagement.

Sapoznik Insurance brings nearly 30 years of employee benefits expertise and combines it with an industry-leading wellness initiatives designed to lower cost and increase value for companies and municipalities across the country.

As part of the evening's agenda, Interim Police Chief Leonard Burgess was officially sworn in on Tuesday, June 10, as the new Chief of Police of the City of North Miami. Burgess has served in law enforcement for 29 years. With the efforts of Police Chief Burgess and Sapoznik Insurance, the City of North Miami is sure to enjoy a safe and protected community.

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