We are delighted that we have been shortlisted for two Occupational Health & Wellbeing Awards for ‘Best Wellbeing Initiative’ and ‘Best multidisciplinary initiative’ for our work during COVID-19.
The shortlist includes many well-known companies within our industry, with judges looking for evidence of innovation and achievement, teamwork, leadership, effective use of resources and contribution to the organisation.
Comments from the judges of those shortlisted include, “powerful and authentic”, “impressive results and outcomes”, “very proactive”, “outstanding work”, “cleverly devised” and a “service transformation.”
Nic Paton, editor of Occupational Health & Wellbeing, said: “It has been a very hard few months for everyone. Occupational Health (OH) practitioners from all parts of the profession have been, and will remain, pivotal in helping the UK manage and recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
“To that end, the Occupational Health & Wellbeing Awards are a much-needed opportunity for OH teams and practitioners to make some noise and to get the credit they deserve for the amazing work they do, day in day out.”
Congratulations to our Occupational Health team and all those who support their work across the business.
Winners will be announced on Friday 2nd October.