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ISS becomes Wellbeing Champion with Business in the Community

ISS today emphasised its commitment to employee health and wellbeing by taking on a new role as a Wellbeing Champion with Business in the Community (BITC), the responsible business network which is part of The Prince's Charities, a group of not-for-profit organisations of which HRH The Prince of Wales is the Royal Founding Patron
As part of its Corporate Responsibility strategy – ThinkForward@ISS – ISS has a clear commitment around innovation to support safety, health and wellbeing in workplaces. To this end, it is launching its new Health and Wellbeing Policy for employees just ahead of World Health and Safety Day. The ISS Health and Wellbeing policy focuses on eight key areas including mental health, physical activity and others that will form the basis of the new health and wellbeing approach – you can watch an introductory video about Wellbeing@ISS here and read the policy here.

The Wellbeing@ISS strategy will direct ISS to really focus on caring for its employees by ensuring that the workplace is as healthy as it can be and by empowering its employees to make healthy choices and to support each other in doing so. 

Matthew Brabin CEO, ISS UK & Ireland commented, “I’m delighted that we at ISS are taking this step to be a Wellbeing Champion as part of the BITC programme.  It’s important to us to be a socially responsible company and having a positive impact on the communities in which we work. This is why we are announcing our initiative at the start of World Health & Safety Day. It’s important that we set time aside to also focus on mental health and wellbeing and the impact on our people.” 

Tim Proctor, Director of HSEQ & CR, ISS UK added, “We are very proud to collaborate with our corporate peers, share good practice and further strengthen our  new health and wellbeing approach. In becoming a BITC Wellbeing Champion ISS is delighted to publically support the BITC Wellbeing campaign.”  

Louise Aston, Wellbeing at Work Director, Business in the Community stated, “Only a third of UK employees are actively engaged at work and levels of stress and mental illness are rising. Business in the Community’s members understand the economic impact of these challenges. We work with employers to proactively support them in improving their employee wellbeing and engagement.”

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If you have a question about ISS UK & Ireland, please contact:

Rebecca Jennings
UK Marketing and Communication Manager - ISS UK

Velocity 1
Brooklands Drive
Brooklands
Weybridge
Surrey
KT13 0SL
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)7974 100017

Email: rebecca.jennings@uk.issworld.com


The wellbeing campaign at Business in the Community, the Prince’s responsible business network, supports employers in ensuring employee wellbeing a strategic boardroom issue. Our members are committed to promoting good physical and mental wellbeing to enhance engagement and productivity. We work provide members with tailored and practical advice to achieve this. Business in the Community is a business-led charity committed to shaping a new contract between business and society. 

Website: www.bitc.org.uk/issues/employees