National Work Life Week: Employers that have been involved
Alexander Mann tweeted their support for Go Home on Time Day and created posters using the official logo.
Barclays shared stories on Twitter about employees who had a good work life balance.
The Royal College of Nursing
The RCN published a blog on striking a good work life balance.
Blackburn College Business
Blackburn College pinned a tweet about the week. They gave out daily prizes during the week and tweeted using the hashtag #timetorebalance
Heart Research UK
Heart Research UK wrote about the importance of National Work Life Week on their website:
Imperial ran an event on the Wednesday lunchtime on the theme of ‘Choosing the right work/life balance for you’. This is taking place during the first week of the new academic year when all staff are extremely busy but it is a good reminder that everyone needs to look after their own wellbeing during this time. We also have an article promoting this event and also National Work life Week in our staff briefing this week which is a message from the Provost to all staff – professional services and academic.
Eversholt Rail Group
- Hosted a roundtable discussion with the Executive Team on how they manage a career and personal life.
- Held onsite Bupa health assessments, and massages.
- Promoted mindfulness webinars and highlighted current benefits to staff.
- Launched a series of short exercise videos created by Charlene Hutsebaut for employees; Posture Practice, Remote Working and Workout for Commuters.
- promoted Go Home on Time Day
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
The FCO wrote a blog on National Work Life Week as a piece of internal comms for their intranet site.