Health & Wellbeing
Supporting our employees throughout their time with us.
Our Health and Wellbeing Initiatives
At Version 1 we want our employees to be healthy and live well. We strive to promote a culture of positive health and wellbeing daily. We invest in a strong culture of wellness through programs, activities and resources that help our employees create their own journey toward optimal wellbeing. Take a look at some of our initiatives below.
Our Wellbeing Framework
The overarching principle here at Version 1 is our Wellbeing framework which is based on the ‘Strength in Balance‘ theme. It encapsulates all aspects of a Version 1 employee’s health and wellbeing. Health and wellbeing are necessary to ‘Empower our People’ and ensure a sustainable career in Version 1!
The holistic nature of our Wellbeing model emphasises the importance of variety and balance and staying on top of your ‘A’ game by managing each aspect of yourself the best you can. This model highlights the importance of variety and balance. It shows how certain areas of an employee’s life may impact other areas if they are neglected. The 5 segments of the Wellbeing Wheel include Sense of Purpose, Financial Management, Physical Health, Mental Wellbeing and Social Connections. These are explained in more detail below.
Excellence in Wellbeing 2020
We were delighted to receive the "Excellence in Wellbeing Award" 2020 from Great Place to Work. This accolade recognises organisations that put the health and wellbeing of their employees at the forefront of their culture and strategy.
Healthy Place to Work 2019
In 2019 we received our very first certification as a ‘Healthy Place to Work'. HPTW acknowledges an organisation that enables its employees to sustainably deliver on its objectives. They also define a healthy person as ‘an individual with the vitality to flourish at work and beyond’.
Excellence in Wellbeing 2018
Based on the positive feedback from our employee base, Version 1 was awarded the "Excellence in Wellbeing" Award 2018 by Great Place to Work. The survey assessed elements like Mental and physical health,
Inter-personal relationships and