Arqiva comes top in large business (1,000+) category in annual award
The annual Vitality Britain’s Healthiest Workplace study has been developed by next generation insurer, Vitality, in partnership with Rand Europe, Aon, the University of Cambridge and the Financial Times. It enables companies to build an accurate picture of their employees’ health and wellbeing, while mapping the issues specific to their workforce, so they can confidently implement improvement strategies to improve the health and wellbeing of their employees.
Using the data from the survey, Vitality calculates a score for every organisation based on several areas including work environment and culture, employee health and business outcomes such as productivity. The organisations with the highest scores are deemed the winner within their own category.
All those who have taken part receive a personalised report with recommendations specific to their business, including feedback from their employees. Using the results of targeted question-sets, the report will provide employers with insight into their employee’s lifestyle, physical and mental health, and an understanding of how their workplace has impacted them. These findings help enable participating businesses to assess the impact its culture and environment has on the health and wellbeing of its workforce, as well as showcasing how this in affects engagement and productivity.
I'm incredibly pleased, and immensely proud, that we have won this award. We work every day to support our people with their mental and physical wellbeing so that they can be the very best version of themselves at work - focusing on the whole person, so that they still have time and energy to enjoy a full life outside of work too.
Shuja Khan, CEO, Arqiva
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