???????????????????????????????Henry Williams has taken the Better Health at Work Scheme to heart since its commencement in June. Driven by the enthusiasm of the Health Advocates we have allocated time and resources to support all of the initiatives and events including MOT health checks, health briefings on cancer and men’s health and wellbeing sessions.

We have also: provided fruit to every employee each Monday from September up to Christmas; purchased picnic tables; and supported both the cycle to work scheme and the non-smoking initiative.  We have covered many subjects over and above the set criteria in a relatively short period of time and the feedback from employees has been very positive as they have recognised the efforts of the company to improve their health and wellbeing.

This contribution to the health and wellbeing of their employees was recognised in the accolade of the Bronze Better Health at Work Award. This was presented, last night, at a ceremony at Ramside Hall, Durham.
The contribution from the Health Advocates in promoting the scheme was also recognised by the nomination of Wendy Mallet for Health Advocate of the Year.
The efforts by the company to promote health and wellbeing throughout the workforce were honoured by the presentation of a fine glass award for Most Improved Business.
The photo shows (l to r): Andrew Nelson (Managing Director), Wendy Mallett (Office Administrator and lead Health Advocate) and Alan Puddick (Deputy Managing Director)

Henry Williams has taken the Better Health at Work Scheme to heart since its commencement in June. Driven by the enthusiasm of the Health Advocates we have allocated time and resources to support all of the initiatives and events including MOT health checks, health briefings on cancer and men’s health and wellbeing sessions. We have also: provided fruit to every employee each Monday from September up to Christmas; purchased picnic tables; and supported both the cycle to work scheme and the non-smoking initiative.  We have covered many subjects over and above the set criteria in a relatively short period of time and the feedback from employees has been very positive as they have recognised the efforts of the company to improve their health and wellbeing.

This contribution to the health and wellbeing of their employees was recognised in the accolade of the Bronze Better Health at Work Award. This was presented, last night, at a ceremony at Ramside Hall, Durham.

The contribution from the Health Advocates in promoting the scheme was also recognised by the nomination of Wendy Mallet for Health Advocate of the Year.

The efforts by the company to promote health and wellbeing throughout the workforce were honoured by the presentation of a fine glass award for Most Improved Business.

The photo shows (l to r): Andrew Nelson (Managing Director), Wendy Mallett (Office Administrator and lead Health Advocate) and Alan Puddick (Deputy Managing Director)