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Health and wellbeing initiatives acknowledged by the industry’s most prestigious HR event.

Daisy Group’s fantastic Health and Wellbeing team has been shortlisted for the Health and Wellbeing Award at the prestigious 2018 Personnel Today Awards.

The team, made up entirely of volunteers, regularly organises a range of health improvement focused initiatives to improve staff satisfaction and promote better working environments for the business’ c. 4,000 employees who are located across 30+ UK locations.

In the past 12 months alone, the team has successfully implemented a number of company-wide initiatives including workplace health checks, a quit smoking assistance scheme, a “Daisy Drop” weight loss programme, and a walking competition that challenges participants to collectively walk the length of the Great Wall of China.

Daisy HR Manager Betsy Darlington, who is a member of the Health and Wellbeing Team, said: “Being shortlisted for the Personnel Today Awards is a fantastic achievement and we’re incredibly proud that the judges have recognised our efforts. As a team made entirely of front-line staff, we dedicate a lot of time to finding ways that we can help make Daisy a great place to work, so the shortlisting is acknowledgement that we’re doing a good job.”

The winner of the accolade will be decided during the award ceremony being held on Wednesday 21 November at Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

To find out more about what it’s like to work at Daisy you can hear from some of our people by clicking here.

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