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William Fry lauded for workplace wellness push

22 Oct 2018 / innovation Print

William Fry plaudit for wellness initiative

William Fry has been awarded IBEC’s workplace wellness accreditation, the KeepWell Mark, as part of its commitment to provide the newest and highest standards of workplace wellness, health, and safety to its employees.

Launched in September 2017, the KeepWell initiative now has 70 companies enrolled.

William Fry is the first law firm to achieve this accreditation.

The KeepWell Mark is an evidence-­based accreditation that recognises employers for investing in workplace health and wellbeing. 

Wellbeing

Its aim is to help business benchmark workplace wellbeing activity through a set of systematic and methodical steps. 

The framework includes in-house and external assessment which outlines areas for improvement. 

There are eight key areas of improvement: – leadership, absence management, smoke-free zones, physical activity, health and safety, mental health, healthy eating, and intoxicants.  

Commitment

Managing partner Bryan Bourke (pictured above) said “We have made a strong commitment in recent years to improving our workplace wellbeing practices across all levels.

 “We are delighted that this has been recognised with the KeepWell Mark accreditation.”

 

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