Moorhouse Consulting has been awarded “Second Healthiest New Entrant” and overall “Third Healthiest Workplace” within the Small company category in the 2018 Vitality Britain’s Healthiest Workplace survey on Wednesday 16 January.
The results (also featured in the Financial Times) are based on questions covering organisational culture, leadership, lifestyle, clinical and mental health, work engagement and productivity, and an in-depth assessment of the health and wellbeing interventions offered by the employer.
Richard Jones, Partner Lead for Health and Wellbeing at Moorhouse, says: “Employee wellbeing - both within and outside of the workplace - is vital to business success. We believe we have a clear responsibility for the health and wellbeing of our employees, and supporting our teams in this way is integral to our culture and values. We know we have more to do, and that is why we have a dedicated Health and Wellbeing team comprising consultants of all grades. To have been recognised in this way is a great boost for the team and gives us confidence in the work we are delivering.
“We are also delighted to have recently received the ‘Achievement’ level from the Mayor of London’s Healthy Workplace Charter. Moorhouse has drawn on information and feedback from the Charter process to inform the ongoing development of our own health and wellbeing strategies.”
For more information about the 2018 Vitality Britain’s Healthiest Workplace survey, click here: https://www.vitality.co.uk/business/healthiest-workplace/.
For more information about the Health and Wellbeing Quad, see Katriina Kronholm's perspective Cultivating a Healthier Workplace, here: https://www.moorhouseconsulting.com/insights/perspectives/cultivating-a-healthier-workplace/ .