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NORTH MIAMI BEACH, Fla., June 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On Thursday, June 5th, Sapoznik Insurance sponsored the South Florida Business Journal's 2014 Healthiest Employers Awards luncheon. At the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six in Fort Lauderdale, hundreds joined sponsor Sapoznik Insurance along with co-sponsors Florida Blue and the American Heart Association-Broward Heart Walk, to honor twenty companies for their wellness programs that help keep their employees fit and healthy. Included in the Finalist nominees were Sapoznik Insurance's very own client, Nature's Products. Headquartered in Sunrise, Florida, Nature's Products manufactures and distributes a complete portfolio of health-related products including nutritional supplements, higher-quality vitamins, minerals, and botanical remedies that improve a person's health.

CEO of Sapoznik Insurance, Rachel Sapoznik, and company representatives of Nature's Products, Sandra Rosenberg-Stoller and Ampi Villar, along with Market President of Florida Blue, Penny Shaffer, share the stage as the South Florida Business Journal's recognizes Nature's Products as one of the healthiest employers.

Nominated organizations were assessed in categories which included company culture, leadership, programming, and involvement that showcase how important corporate wellness is within our community. One similarity these companies have in common is improvement on their bottom lines.

Sapoznik Insurance has worked with Nature's products over the last two years; within this time, the level of participation in wellness programs has reached over 70% of the employee population. These figures are a result of the cooperative manner Sapoznik Insurance adopts to tailor programs specific to organizations to maximize the emphasis on the educational side to wellness. Sapoznik Insurance also reduced claims experience for Nature's Products year over year.

For more than a decade, Sapoznik Insurance has been a leader in the industry by embracing an educational approach to employee benefits that improve the working environment as well as the employees themselves. For more information about how Sapoznik Insurance can help serve your organization, please contact us at 1-877-948-8887.

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