Heads Up 2 December 2022


Organisations in the West Midlands prove their staff can Thrive at Work

Organisations across the region have officially been recognised by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) for their work in actively promoting the health and wellbeing of their staff.

Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands and Dr Julie Nugent, the WMCA’s executive director for economic delivery, skills and communities, joined a virtual event this week in which 53 employers received accreditation for their work under the Thrive at Work scheme.

Initially set up in 2018, Thrive At Work supports organisations in improving the health and wellbeing of their employees, with accreditation enabling them to demonstrate their commitment to good employee welfare.

Thrive At Work logo

The programme is part-funded through the Mental Health and Productivity Pilot.

Of the 53 employers recognised at the event, 37 achieved Foundation Level, 14 were accredited with bronze and for the first time this year two were accredited at silver.

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