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Hotel group launches online wellbeing platform for employees

Hotel group launches online wellbeing platform for employees

Wednesday 15 May 2019

Hotel group launches online wellbeing platform for employees


Hand Picked Hotels has launched a new in-house communications and wellness platform to connect all members of its team and encourage them to live healthier lives.

'The Hive' is a sociable online platform, similar to Facebook, which links all employees across Grand Jersey Hotel and Spa and the L'Horizon Beach Hotel with others in Hand Picked Hotels locations across the UK.

The platform offers tools, guidance, videos, recipes and support for staff to help them improve their overall wellbeing with the content broken down into four areas: 'Move', 'Munch', 'Money' and 'Mind'.

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Pictured: Grand Jersey employees will be able to use the platform.

It was designed in order to help team members look after their physical, financial and emotional health, with tips on how to become more active, eat healthier, manage money better and alleviate stress.

The Hive, which can be accessed at any time, on any device also gives staff the chance to save up to £1,000 a year with discounts in store and online.

Simon Miller (pictured), General Manager of Hand Picked Hotels Jersey, commented: “This is fantastic benefit for all our staff. The platform is proving to be another great way for managers to communicate with staff whether it’s sending an e-card congratulating them on a job well done or wishing them a happy birthday. It’s bringing everyone who works for Hand Picked Hotels together in a really sociable way and it’s already a real hive of activity.”

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