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Nominations open for wellbeing awards

Nominations open for wellbeing awards

Wednesday 12 February 2020

Nominations open for wellbeing awards

Organisations, government departments, charities and entrepreneurs who make mental and physical health a workplace priority are being invited to put their name forward for the second 'Leaders in Wellbeing' Awards.

Entries can be submitted until 26 April, with the shortlist due to be revealed the following month.

The winners will then be announced in June during the Leaders in Wellbeing Summit at the Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel.

There are 12 award categories.

  • Best Workplace Culture
  • Caring Employer of the Year
  • Healthiest Workplace
  • Mental Health Award
  • Financial Wellbeing Award
  • Inclusion and Belonging Award
  • Breaking the Stigma Award
  • Giving Back Good Business Award
  • Wellbeing Practitioner – Customer Health and Wellbeing Award
  • Wellbeing Practitioner  - Continuous Professional Development
  • Wellbeing Practitioner – Best Overall Achievement 2019/2020
  • Wellbeing Ambassador Award

“Promoting a culture that improves the health and wellbeing of employees is increasingly recognised as an imperative by employers, individuals and governments worldwide," Beverley Le Cuirot, founder and organiser of the awards, said.

"Leaders in Wellbeing shines a light on the good management and high levels of physical and psychological wellbeing now being embraced in all walks of life throughout the Channel Islands.”

The Awards received over 70 nominations in their inaugural year, with almost 30 businesses, groups or individuals from Jersey and Guernsey shortlisted in 10 categories.

Pictured top: The 'Calorie Crunchers', who won the Wellbeing Ambassador Award in 2019. (Gary Grimshaw)

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