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Channel Islands' wellbeing leaders revealed

Channel Islands' wellbeing leaders revealed

Tuesday 10 November 2020

Channel Islands' wellbeing leaders revealed


A virtual event has revealed this year's Channel Islands leaders in wellbeing, as the climax of Global Leaders in WellBeing week.

Taking place last Friday, it saw organisations like Ogier, Deloitte, and Accuro Trust awarded for their efforts in ensuring staff wellbeing.

Leaders in Wellbeing Founder, Beverly Le Cuirot, said: “Feedback suggests that people realistically don’t have the time to sit and listen to online conferences during the working day at the moment and therefore we wanted to create an entirely flexible format which would allow the delegates to watch when it suits them. 

“The recordings were released each day during the week, and will remain available for the delegates to enjoy until at least the end of 2020. Initial feedback from Summit delegates indicates that this was most definitely the right thing to do.

“The Awards ceremony was also something we looked at long and hard in order to preserve the excitement of a live event, without taking people away from their desks for too long. 

“Together with our technical partners, Delta Events and Harry King, we created individual films for each of the Awards and rolled these out at intervals on the Summit website, across social media, and to the Winners for them to use for their own publicity."

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Pictured: Awards included Best Workplace Culture and Healthiest Workplace.

Richard Clarke, MD of Rossborough Healthcare, the Leaders in WellBeing Awards 2020 sponsor commented: “As we take stock of 2020 and feel the effects of a second wave of covid-19 and the concern this brings, these Awards are timely to celebrate the individuals and organisations that have come together and provided services and solutions to help promote and safeguard wellbeing and mental health in the workplace.  

“We are proud to be supporting these Awards and those who have won, as well as all of those who have been nominated.” 

The winners in full...

Best Workplace Culture: Ogier

Caring Employer of the Year: TMF Group in the Channel Islands and Highvern

Healthiest Workplace: Crestbridge

Mental Health Award: Accuro Trust (Jersey) Ltd

Financial WellBeing Award: JPRestaurants

Inclusion and Belonging Award: Deloittle LLP 

Breaking the Stigma Award: Les Amis

Giving Back Good Business Award Guernsey: Skipton International

Giving Back Good Business Award Jersey: Affinity Private Wealth

WellBeing Practitioner – Customer Health and WellBeing Award: May Bourne at Positive Birth Jersey and Lorna Jackson at Health Point Clinic

Wellbeing Practitioner - Continuous Professional Development: Lorna Jackson at Health Point Clinic

Wellbeing Practitioner – Best Overall Achievement 2020: Dominic Basillo at Le Salon Hair and Beauty, and May Bourne at Positive Birth Jersey

Wellbeing Ambassador Award: Sam Wilkes at Fairway Group and Bracken Rothwell and Sophie Roberts at Haute Vallee School

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