We are shortlisted in the Wales Responsible Business Awards!
April 25, 2017
Rhondda Housing Association has been shortlisted in the Wales Responsible Business Awards 2017, the prestigious Awards programme which recognises the best in responsible business from across Wales. The Awards identify and celebrate the companies that are making a positive difference to the economic, social and environmental challenges Wales faces. This is a fantastic opportunity for Welsh business to stand up and be counted as some of the most responsible companies across the U.K.
RHA has been recognised for our health & wellbeing programme Hapus in The Wellbeing at Work Award category. HAPUS is our dynamic in-house health and wellbeing initiative which provides staff with so much more than just information on healthy eating or exercise. Hapus forms part of our way of recognising that our staff are stunning and rewarding them for their contribution and hard work. We know that there are so many things that can impact upon a person’s wellbeing, and so the HAPUS team work with colleagues and other agencies to provide a wellbeing package that looks at the whole person and aims to improve their health. We are absolutely delighted to be recognised and shortlisted.
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Business in the Community is the Prince’s Responsible Business Network. Of which ourselves and many others are members and we work together to tackle a wide range of issues that are essential to building a fairer society and a more sustainable future. The announcement of the shortlisted nominees coincides with Responsible Business Week (24th – 28th April 2017), an annual initiative aimed at increasing awareness of the positive contribution of businesses to society.
Matt Appleby, Director of Business in the Community Cymru said: “On behalf of the Prince’s Responsible Business Network in Wales, I would like to congratulate all of the companies who have made it on to the Shortlist – and we look forward to celebrating with everyone at our Gala Dinner in June.”
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