Kiawah Partners will expand its Employee Wellness Program to include produce credit from the Spade and Clover Gardens local farm.
Each of the partnership’s employees will receive $20 toward the produce of their choosing from the farm on Johns Island. During the course of 12 weeks, each employee will have an allotted time per week that they can visit the farm to select their produce.
“We are thrilled to introduce this new addition to our Employee Wellness Program,” Kiawah Partners Human Resources Director Dixie Norris said. “I think it really shows the company’s commitment to the health of its employees and its willingness to implement creative solutions when it comes to employee benefits.”
Bob Tremayne, the Kiawah Island Club training and development chef, will provide recipes and help employees with techniques for cooking.
“When we were approached by Kiawah Partners with the idea to allow their employees to harvest fresh produce from our farm, we were excited, and we'd love to form more partnerships like this with local businesses," Spade and Clover Gardens Manager John Warren said.