Henny Penny Opens Well-Being Facility

The 26,165-square-foot space houses two wings—Wellspring and Owners Hall, both to support employee-owners.

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Owners Hall includes a history wall. Photo courtesy of Henny Penny.

Henny Penny last week celebrated the completion of its Wellspring and Owners Hall facility in Eaton, Ohio. The space represents the company’s ongoing commitment to supporting employee-owners’ total well-being and nurturing its culture of shared ownership.

“This project isn’t our largest in square feet, but we consider it the most meaningful,” says Rob Connelly, Henny Penny CEO, in the release. “It has the potential to impact and transform our employee-owners’ lives in so many ways, now and for generations to come.”

Wellspring houses comprehensive well-being services across 8,000 square feet, including an expanded on-site clinic. In partnership with Kettering Health, the Henny Penny Cares Clinic provides high-quality care at no cost for employee-owners. In addition to the Cares Clinic, Wellspring features a 3,500-square-foot fitness center, multipurpose room, conference room and Mother’s Room.

Owners Hall provides 18,300 square feet of space for employee-owners to gather and grow together. The entrance features a lending library that contains hundreds of books for employee-owners to borrow based on individual interests for continued learning. The space will house company-wide events and celebrations, with a dining capacity of 1,000. It also features built-in partitions for flexible room configurations, an integrated audio-visual system, and a fully equipped kitchen with a walk-in freezer, cooler and dedicated food prep area.

Employee-owned Henny Penny provides hot foodservice equipment and solutions to global foodservice chains in more than 100 countries.

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