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gymPart of our Strategy in BT Consumer Sales is that it is a Great place to work, Setting High standards and achieving them by;

  • Creating an environment where people are always valued, learn, grow and develop.
  • Engender honest two way feedback into fair and transparent way.
  • Work as one team, always supporting each other and the business to succeed.
  • Engage our people to make our time at work enjoyable and challenging.
  • Find innovative solutions to business problems.

A brief summary of why you have become a healthy workplace:

To build on existing actions already in place within BT as a company and locally to support staff to be healthy and happy at work thereby improving morale and productivity.

Recent Health & Wellbeing activities on offer(this year):

Healthy lunch day, Visit and ongoing support from the NHS Stop Smoking team, Healthy Eating promotion, Low Pain Workshop, introduction of ‘Healthy Tuck Shop’ and National Work Fit Programme. 

Plans/ Aims for next year:

Climb the BT Tower Challenge, tie into the fact that BT the official telecommunications service partner for the Olympic and Paralympic Games by arranging Olympic themed activities, achieve the Silver Award and introduce Health Ambassadors on each team.

 

healthy eating

Healthy workplace is about team work, making sure everyone contributes towards this. Also taking personal responsibility and ownership to create a great place to work supported by a healthy lifestyle,which is encouraged through projects which take place within the Truro contact centre.

- Trevor Charlton Site Director
Smoking

Those who smoke six cigarettes a day or more have a 34% higher incidence of being absent than non-smokers and a 10% higher incidence of being absent for longer.

Dame Carol Black,

"It is fantastic to see Cornwall and Isles of Scilly championing the health and work agenda and I look forward to seeing the Workplace Award act as a catalyst for further change in the county. Good health is good business and I encourage all employers that are serious about the agenda to apply for this confirmation of best practice." Dame Carol Black, National Director for Health and Work.

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