GSK, NSPCC and William Hill among REBA's Employee Wellbeing Awards finalists


Employee wellbeing can take many shapes and forms, with employers focusing on a range of different areas from mental health to engagement with employee wellbeing initiatives.

GSK, NSPCC and William Hill among REBA's Employee Wellbeing Awards finalists

With REBA’s 5th annual Employee Wellbeing Awards only a few weeks away, we’re continuing the countdown with a look at this year’s finalists who have focused on: mental health, physical health, global wellbeing programmes and employee engagement.

Best Global or International Wellbeing Strategy   

This award will celebrate employers running successful health benefits, insurance or wellbeing strategies internationally or globally. 

The finalists are:

British Standards Institution
GSK
The Coca-Cola Company

Best Mental Wellbeing Strategy    

This award celebrates employers that have put in place a well thought through employee benefits, insurance or wellbeing strategy to encourage and promote good mental health among their employees.  

The finalists are:

Fewer than 1,000 staff
Charlton Morris
Epson Europe B.V.
Tideway
Ubisoft Reflections & Ubisoft Leamington

1,000-5,000 staff
Aster Group UK
IPG Mediabrands
Molson Coors Brewing Company (UK & Ireland) Ltd
NSPCC
RSK Group

More than 5,000 staff
Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group
GSK
Kirklees Council
North Bristol NHS Trust
William Hill

Best Physical Wellbeing Strategy   

This award celebrates employers that have proactively put in place a well thought through employee benefits, health insurances or wellbeing strategy to encourage and promote physical health among their employees.  

The finalists are:

Epson Europe B.V.
NAVIGO Health and Social Care CIC
RSK Group
Westfield Health

Best Wellbeing Engagement   

A wellbeing strategy is only effective if employees engage with it. This award celebrates the very best in communications, initiatives to drive up take-up rates and employers that have created tangible change in the health and wellbeing of their workforce through great levels of engagement. 

The finalists are:

Private Sector
Amadeus IT Services UK Ltd
Computacenter
Credit Suisse
Schroders
The Coca-Cola Company
Virgin Atlantic Airways

Public and Not-For-Profit sector
Cafcass
Chiltern and South Bucks District Councils
Civil Service UK
Department for Work & Pensions
East Herts Council
North Bristol NHS Trust

The REBA Employee Wellbeing Awards 2020 will also feature a Visionary Award, Vanguard Award, and the REBA Pinnacle Award. These will be chosen by the judges and the REBA advisory board, and cannot be entered.

Read the full list of REBA’s Employee Wellbeing Awards 2020 finalists.

REBA’s Employee Wellbeing Awards 2020 will take place on 5 March. The invitation-only event will include an exclusive afternoon of peer-to-peer workshops and an evening awards ceremony where all the winners will be announced.



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