Carlisle Brass became involved WPC and soon realised their were an number of indirect benefits to the company, notably on rates of absenteeism.
County Durham Sport’s Active Workplace programme endeavours to provide new, fun and social ways to encourage Workplaces to prioritise the health and wellbeing of their staff and get employees more active, more often.
In partnership with the British Heart Foundation, the Workplace Challenge has now tra
In June 2016 Gail Craig - an employee at County Hall in Durham - took advantage of the Workplace Challenge programme and set up a beginners' running group programme through support from England Athletics, County Durham Sport and Durham County Council.
Kent & Medway Business Games aims to engage businesses and employees, in order to encourage team working, boost staff morale, promote & increase participation in different types of sports/activities and enable networking opportunities with other workplace teams in Kent.
In November 2015, sixteen inactive females from four different workplaces took part in a ‘This Girl Can’ Tri challenge.
Workplace Challenge motivated Dr Geetha Kumaravelu and family to get active
Jim has lose 6kg since signing up to Workplace Challenge and saved £40 on fuel.
I can honestly say the challenge has changed my life
Helen Spilsted of Murrayfield Primary Schoool was inspired to join the Workplace Challenge following her healthy lifestyle drive to increase the amount of exercise she was doing and to loose some weight.