Stonegate Pub Company has been recognised for its focus on employee health and wellbeing in the REBA Employee Wellbeing Awards.
Organised by the Reward & Employee Benefits Association (REBA), the awards recognise employers that focus on improving staff wellbeing and the culture of their organisation.
Stonegate has made it through to the final in the ‘Best New Wellbeing Strategy’ category, which recognises businesses that have successfully implemented the first phase of a wellbeing strategy within the last two years.
The pub and restaurant business launched a mental health training programme in partnership with the Licensed Trade Charity last November. The training is designed to give team members the confidence to have conversations with team members that may require support and assistance with mental health issues.
Over the next few months, 1,000+ general managers and line managers will take part in face-to-face workshop sessions designed to help them identify colleagues who may be struggling, in order they can guide them towards specialist help and support services.
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony taking place on 5 March following an afternoon of peer-to-peer workshops.