Moor Hall Hotel
Nutrition is the key to wellbeing at Moor Hall Hotel
Rachel Kearney from Moor Hall Hotel & Spa - a family run, four-star country house hotel, employing 150 staff - shares her experience of Thrive at Work and how it has helped colleagues become more healthy.
John Taylor Hospice
Caring during the Covid-19 outbreak at John Taylor Hospice
Gail Hipkiss, Director of Corporate and Commercial Services at John Taylor Hospice shares her thoughts on their use of WMCA's Thrive at Work programme during the Covid-19 outbreak to maintain staff morale and wellbeing.
Socially distant and emotionally close with Zone Contractors
Birmingham based firm, Zone Contractors is a civil engineering and construction company operating nationally with a workforce of 200 people. Operations manager Aidan Munnelly, outlines the challenges of supporting employee health and wellbeing in the construction sector at the start of the coronavirus outbreak.
“Working towards the Thrive at Work Foundation Level has been an enlightening journey for BVSC. Throughout this process, the significance of prioritising employee well-being and mental health, which is a fundamental aspect of our workplace culture, was reinforced.
As part of the process, we have conducted assessments of our existing policies, practices, and support mechanisms to identify areas for improvement. Collaborating closely with staff members, we sought valuable feedback and insights to better understand their needs and challenges. This recognition encourages us to stay focused on supporting workplace wellbeing and the achievement of the Thive at Work bronze level. We now have a robust wellbeing action plan in place, which we will continue to work towards over the coming months.”