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Mannings Hotel

 

Mannings Hotel, Lemon Street Truro
62 members of staff

We have introduced the following:


Staff notice board updated monthly

We put on here anything to do with health e.g diet, stress, stop smoking
,balancing life and activities available locally.


Health questionnaires

These were handed out to our staff and we discovered we had a few problem
areas that we have now managed to fix therefore the staff are a lot happier.


Football team

On a Wednesday night we have a men's team which play in the Mundial
league.(free range chefs ha! ha!)
This have been a great stress reliever and has introduced more of a work/life
balance in their lives.


Race for life

We entered a team of 19 ladies to take part in the 2009 5k Race for Life in
Truro. Some of the team ran and some walked but all thoroughly enjoyed the
team spirit. We had T-shirts made and we all went for lunch at the Victoria
Inn at Threemilestone afterwards which was our treat! The feedback was really
positive and we noticed a huge morale boost when back at work.


Thank you lunches

Now and again we get a team together and take them out for lunch to say
thank you for their continued support and hard work. Our hotel reception staff
went out for lunch on 20th September at Bustopher Jones in Truro. Our chefs
will be going out for a curry night soon.


We have found that this connects us with our staff and them with us and we
feel more comfortable with each other.

“We introduced health in the workplace a
year ago and have found that it has had a
huge impact on staff motivation, happiness,
and well being within our team. ”

- Nicky Manning, Manager
Sickness Absence

Stress related conditions and musculoskeletal disorders are now the most common reported causes of sickness absence from work in the UK. 

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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