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Eversholt Rail named one of “Britain’s Healthiest Employers”

Eversholt Rail were announced as the winners of Britain’s Healthiest Employer in the small company category at the Britain’s Healthiest Workplace awards held on 14th September. Moreover, Eversholt Rail was named one of the top three healthiest workplaces in Britain in the same category.

Katariina Jalas, Head of HR, Eversholt Rail said “We are delighted to have received these awards, which are testament to the strength of our workplace culture. We firmly believe in encouraging social interaction and empowering our staff to drive activities and initiatives from the bottom up while fostering a supportive culture of wellbeing. Last year’s survey results helped us to shape our internal strategy and initiatives by understanding where we had gaps, and we are more than pleased to see this is already bearing fruit.”

Britain’s Healthiest Workplace was developed by VitalityHealth and is delivered in partnership with Mercer, Rand Europe and the University of Cambridge, and the Financial Times.
Britain’s Healthiest Workplace aims to celebrate organisations that have an outstanding approach to their employees’ health and wellbeing and is the UK’s largest and most comprehensive survey into employee health.

For further details on Britains Healthiest Workplace go to www.healthiestworkplace.co.uk

Photo (left to right): Kate Kelly, HR Manager, Katariina Jalas, Head of HR, Charlotte Humpage, HR Assistant

 

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