RSK has been shortlisted an impressive five times for the REBA Employee Wellbeing Awards, which celebrate employers with the best well-being benefits. The awards committee named RSK as a finalist in the Best Approach to Long-Term Financial Wellbeing, Best Leadership and Culture in Wellbeing, Best Mental Wellbeing Strategy, Best Physical Wellbeing Strategy and the Most Effective Development to a Wellbeing Strategy categories.
“We are delighted that RSK’s commitment to well-being has been recognised in all five of the categories that we entered,” said HR Director Zoe Brunswick. “Having judged these awards last year, I know how high the standard of entries is. So, it’s an honour to be a finalist alongside globally recognised businesses, such as easyJet, Volkswagen, Dunelm and United Utilities.”
The awards ceremony will be held in London, UK, on 5 March. Before the evening’s celebrations, Zoe has been invited to a peer-to-peer afternoon workshop for HR, reward and well-being leaders from companies who have made it through to the final. It will provide an informal opportunity for the well-being leaders to share the secrets of their success. The afternoon will include a choice of roundtable discussion groups, each focussing on a particular area of interest, including overall strategy, benefits strategy, insurances, developing culture, global, financial, mental, physical and social well-being. The sessions will also explore future challenges, facilitated by the judging panel comprising Kate Whelan, Global Reward Director at Dyson, Mirka Slater, Benefits Manager at Facebook, and Gareth Whalley, Global Director, Diversity and Inclusion at the Coca-Cola Company. The award sponsors include Aviva, Bupa and Legal & General.
We wish the team the very best of luck and hope to have some more good news to share in March.