Fantastic news to share – we have been reaccredited with The Workplace Wellbeing Charter for a further two years.
We first achieved the Workplace Wellbeing Charter in 2015 and have continued ever since to put health and wellbeing at the top of our agenda. It is great to see the dedication to this project has remained throughout the challenging last 2 years we have all faced with the pandemic.
The Charter has 8 key areas that it covers (leadership, attendance management, health and safety requirements, alcohol and substance misuse, smoking, mental health and stress, healthy eating and physical activity) which is measured by a commitment, achievement or excellence standard. It is rewarding to confirm all areas have received positive feedback.
Jaime Larder, HR Officer commented,
“It’s a fantastic achievement for the company to be re-accredited with the Charter. I am looking forward to continuing to work closely with our employees in driving healthier, positive changes and initiatives for individuals and within the workplace.
We will embrace the principles of the charter to further enhance and develop health and well-being into our company.
I would like to thank all involved for their continued support and assistance”.
Alan Wainwright, Managing Director commented.
“To be reaccredited to the charter demonstrates our ongoing commitment to the health and wellbeing of everyone within our business and is aligned to our overall strategic focus and culture.
The reaccreditation is a testament to the team throughout and I would like to thank everyone for their hard work, with particular mention to Jaime Larder and Shelby Brown who led and facilitated many of the activities around the reaccreditation”.
Pictured from right to left are Andrew Milner – CEO for Dec USA, Jaime Larder- Extract HR officer, Shelby Brown – Extract HR support, Odile Jager -DEC HR Global Business Partner.