Oh what a night! April 27th saw the first Company Culture Awards celebrate companies who are outstanding in supporting, nurturing and developing their people.
The judges, industry experts spearheading cultural excellence, were overwhelmed by the number of entrants and the quality of work that was submitted, their task to find winners was, they collectively agreed, a difficult one!
Up for grabs were 21 Awards including: The Company Culture Award, Company Culture and Vision, Workplace Mental Health Campaigns, People Strategy, Wellbeing & Education programs, Employee Reward Schemes, Diversity and Inclusion and Working Environment Awards.
Congratulations to all of our entrants, 60 shortlist nominees and 21 winners, you are making an incredible difference to the health, mental health and wellbeing of all your employees whilst trail blazing for others to follow.
The Awards event was a virtual affair that followed appropriate social distancing rules and with health and wellbeing in mind. Hosted by Lucy Nicholls and with a theme of ‘Come as you Are’ the awards encouraged as much social interaction as was possible. Online attendees could download a Kindness Kit that included activities and challenges and a motivational Don’t Panic playlist to accompany any celebratory dancing.
Head Judge, Paul Marks, acknowledged the difficulties of working this year but praised the companies who achieved happy, healthy workplaces even when remote and encouraged all to keep being ‘awesome.’
Our worthy winners, who all deserve a mention are:
You can still download the Kindness Kit challenges online at Company Culture Awards
And listen to our motivational playlist by scanning here.
If you didn’t enter the Company Culture Awards this year, but feel you have a winning culture where you work, sign up to our Awards reminders and make sure you enter in 2022! We are passionate about celebrating outstanding Company Culture and you should be too!