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29th June 2018

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Flynn, winners of the Health & Wellbeing Award 2017

Members of Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Company overview:

FLYNN provides a wide range of Building and Maintenance services to clients across the public and commercial sectors. With around 250 directly employed staff trained and qualified in the widest range of trades and services, as well as an extensive and rigorously approved supply chain, they offer a one-stop shop for all construction needs.

Flynn has developed an overarching strategy called ‘BOOST’ which looks after the health and wellbeing of every employee and subcontractor working for the organisation.  The programme covers specific areas of mind, health, workplace, local community and home.

These values extend to providing a working environment and management practices which promote employee wellbeing, good health and recognise the important and constructive role which employees play to improve the health, safety and wellbeing of all.

What the judges said:

A deserving winner in this competitive category, Flynn’s clarity of mission and business ambition, together with comprehensively measured results took this entry to the top of the board. The BOOST programme is an example of excellence in health and wellbeing and offers clear benefits for both employees and the business. The inclusion of contractors in the programme goes above and beyond what might be hoped for in such a scheme.

They show a real understanding of what it takes to embed a culture of health and wellbeing, and having KPI’s demonstrate that the true value is understood at the top of the organisation.

The company has a forward thinking approach to health and wellbeing. Judges were unanimous in their scoring and they all agreed that this was a very impressive company.