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firmus energy shortlisted for Wellbeing at Work Award

Local Gas Company, firmus energy has been shortlisted for the Wellbeing at Work Award in this year’s Business in the Community Awards in the Belfast Waterfront on Thursday 30th May. firmus energy has worked hard to become the employer of choice for many in the industry and is also shortlisted in the NI Responsible Company of the Year award, sponsored by Heron Brothers.

The annual awards, run by Business in the Community and supported by JP Corry and Ulster Business, seek to recognise and celebrate firms in Northern Ireland that are making a difference by taking practical action to address pressing social and environmental issues.

Those shortlisted for the Wellbeing at Work Award category will demonstrate excellence in inspiring and supporting its employees to prioritise their health and wellbeing and embrace positive lifestyle choices.

Commenting on this nomination, Lorna Leese, HR Business Partner for firmus energy said:

 “We are really pleased to be nominated for this important award. firmus energy places a significant emphasis on employee wellbeing, investing in training and development, which in turn contributes to both the success of employees as well as the company as a whole.  At a time when recruitment is, proving difficult for many businesses working hard to retain talent is vital.

Some of the ‘wellbeing at work activities’ undertaken by firmus energy include Right Track Suggestions Scheme, CSR volunteering co-ordination, total rewards statements for staff and bi-annual staff appraisals. Recently firmus energy also achieve Investors in People Gold accreditation.  

The winners will be announced on Thursday, 30th May during a ceremony to be held in the Waterfront Hall, Belfast. Other categories include:

•             NI Responsible Company of the Year, sponsored by Heron Bros.

•             Investing in your Communities Award, sponsored by Caterpillar

•             Responsible Digital Innovation Award, sponsored by Ciena

•             Diversity and Inclusion Award, sponsored by Legal-Island

•             Education Partnership Award, sponsored by Allen & Overy

•             Employability and Jobs Award, sponsored by Belfast Harbour

•             Environmental Leadership Award, sponsored by Arthur Cox 

•             Responsible Product/Service Award, sponsored by Ciena

•             One-to-Watch Award, sponsored by Survitec

•             Wellbeing at Work Award, sponsored by Larne Port

Business in the Community NI’s Managing Director, Kieran Harding, said:

“Now more than ever, businesses are getting on with the job – demonstrating strong leadership and their commitment to their people, the planet and the places in which they are located. The Awards provide the perfect vehicle to showcase some of the best responsible business actions being taken by organisations here to ensure they are continuing to be a force for good in society.

“Once again, the calibre of entries for this year’s Responsible Business Awards in Northern Ireland was exceptionally high, and our judges found the shortlisting process a challenge. I would like to take this opportunity to wish all finalists the very best of luck and we look forward to welcoming everyone to the gala awards dinner at Belfast Waterfront Hall on Thursday 30 May where the winners will be announced.”

 

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