This year marked the fourth annual awards which act as a benchmark of best practice for employers across all industries, encouraging them to take meaningful action to support both physical and mental wellbeing. Over 100 businesses took part, with winners receiving spot within the bronze, silver, or gold categories depending on where they are in their journey to addressing mental health within the workplace. The gold award is presented to employers who have successfully embedded mental health into their policies and practices.
Mount Anvil’s number one spot within the gold category recognises the company’s proactive and bar raising approach to putting its people’s wellbeing above all else. Money Doctor workshops, to support teammates with the knowledge and awareness to avoid financial stress, as well as a ‘Phone Home’ box which provides on-site teams with a place and the necessary technology to stay in touch with their families while at work, are just a couple of the initiatives in place to support employees and empower them to deliver quality homes that Mount Anvil is proud to create as a legacy for London.
Commenting on Mount Anvil’s people first practice, the Mind judges said: “As a participant in the Mind Workplace Wellbeing Index every year since inception, Mount Anvil has taken great steps forward improving their wellbeing and mental health initiatives, implementing recommendations and strategies that have been tangibly felt by the increase in their staff wellbeing responses rates (which sit at over 80%) and their staff wellbeing scores.
“It gives us great pleasure to announce Mount Anvil as the top Gold organisation of Index 19/20 - the first small organisation to achieve the top gold score in an Index cycle.”
Darragh Hurley, Managing Director, Mount Anvil, said: “We’re delighted that the judges recognised our ‘long-term and in-depth commitment’ to our people’s health. We have lots of learning and growing still to do, and we’re enjoying the journey.”
Find out more about how Mount Anvil is creating a different kind of site environment and business culture from Project Director Andy Hunt in his interview on ‘designing a culture that creates quality outcomes’.