Twincraft Thrives

At Twincraft, we know that a culture of vitality and learning is mutually beneficial for both employees and the business. In order for us to be successful, we want employees who not only succeed, but thrive.

Twincraft Thrives

In 2019, we launched Twincraft Thrives to build on our culture and encourage, promote, and support healthy behaviors in all areas of life,  including physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial well-being. When employees feel happy and healthy, both in and out of the workplace, they feel at their best to contribute to their job, family, community and, most importantly, themselves.

Our Mission Statement:

To create a culture that encourages, promotes, and supports healthy behaviors in all areas of life including physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial wellbeing.


Thrives logo, Twincraft Skincare's employee well-being initiative

Physical Well-being

barbell icon for physical well-being Sponsored entry fees for the Vermont Corporate Cup and the Vermont City Marathon; Discounted gym memberships with The EDGE Sports & Fitness; and a unique "Peak Performers" program with incentives such as a free CTO day or CSA basket from the Intervale Center for those who climb Mount Mansfield, Camel's Hump, and Stowe Pinnacle. 


Emotional Well-being

Emotional well-being Mental and emotional well-being are important parts of overall health, often achieved through self-care, stress reduction, relaxation, and resilience. Emotionally focused programs, workshops, and resources such as Heart Math and E+R=O help employees more effectively manage their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, overcome life's challenges, and gain traction after setbacks. 


Spiritual Well-being

spiritual well-being Employees that practice a healthy spiritual well-being often develop a deeper connection to their work, the organization, and the people around them. They feel energized and happy, add value, and contribute to the world around them in a meaningful way.  Through the Thrive program, employees can strengthen their spiritual well-being through Meditation, mindfulness workshops, and volunteer opportunities. 


Financial Well-being

financial well-being Financial distress can reduce productivity, increase absenteeism, and negatively affect one's health.  Employees can take advantage of financial programs and workshops such as Money Peace throughout the year to gain a better understanding of their finances, build savings, and develop strategies to reach long-term financial goals.