Through the Trust Index© survey and Culture Audit© assessment GPtW capture both the employee feedback and the organisational practices that make up a truly impactful workplace culture.
The UK’s Best Workplaces™ for Wellbeing 2022 have been announced today and we’re delighted to have secured 22nd place within the medium-sized business category, among 250 organisations in total.
The UK wide award, launching for the first time this year, recognises organisations that place wellbeing and the forefront of their workplace culture, reviewing the psychological, physical, social and financial aspects of working life.
We’re proud of having established a great company culture, and continue to nurture this to attract, retain, and develop the best in tech talent. We’re continually investing and implementing improvements in all these areas to build a culture of wellbeing.
For example, we have implemented wellbeing activities for all employees, including assigning and training mental health first aiders, running and yoga clubs, tea and talk sessions, and access to online wellbeing and mindfulness toolkits. During lockdowns, we organised virtual team quizzes and beer tastings for staff and their families, and more recently, we established a company-wide step challenge to walk the length of Route 66 to encourage exercise and wellness through walking and raised over £3,000 for Blood Cancer.
Steve Watmough, Mason Advisory CEO, says:
Wellbeing is top of our agenda across all areas of the business, so we are incredibly proud to be recognised for our commitments to ensuring our staff are healthy, happy, and feel fulfilled at work. We understand the benefits of looking after our staff and we’ve seen positive results since we implemented wellbeing practices – our workforce is more engaged and productive, fewer sick days are taken, we retain members of the team, and our client satisfaction is enhanced. Looking after our team’s wellbeing means making their lives as stress-free as possible so they can concentrate on the job in hand, helping them to lead healthier, happier lifestyles.
“We are proud of our wellbeing practices and how we have managed to develop such a great company culture. It tells our current and future employees, and clients, that we are committed to creating the best environment we can for individuals to thrive and for our business to operate efficiently.”
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