TEAM GOLD in association with  FIND RECRUITMENT

~ HR & wellness programmes

2020 FINALISTS

BOOST

 

Raising Happy AND Profits....
Boost is a software development and Agile consulting agency that supports others to create lasting, positive impacts. They’re committed to keeping their team of 29 happy – which is why they’ve adopted Worldblu’s Freedom at Work model.


"Despite all the pressures heaped on businesses due to COVID-19, this year we had our highest ever Team Happiness rating while also growing the team and raising net profit by 53%,” says CEO Nathan Donaldson (pictured).


Moreover, by 2026 Boost aims to be 100% employee-owned and have co-CEO’s - male and female - elected by the team. 


LEARN MORE:   www.boost.co.nz   @BoostNewZealand

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BPM Ltd

Dream Team Building...
BPM provides project management services nationwide across many sectors – government, hospitality, petrochemical, health and residential. They have a workplace culture structured around personal development and well-being.


It’s no surprise then that BPM believes ‘the greatest wealth is health’, by ensuring their team is happy, healthy and motivated.  


Owner Dan Bradley (pictured left with directors Frank van Hattum and Alex Bulley) says, “our long-term goal is to remove the idea that construction is a 'take-a-concrete-pill-and-harden-up' industry, by working hard to highlight that staff and contractor well-being goes well beyond just keeping people physically safe on-site or in the workplace.” 


LEARN MORE:   www.bpm.org.nz   @BradleyProjectManagement

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HUMANKIND

 

The Science of Happy....

Humankind is a fast-growing professional services company committed to supporting employees have a healthy work-life rhythm. They sponsor an employee-led group, the Wellbeing Warriors, who lead the design of their tailored wellbeing programme.

 

“Professional Services can be a taxing environment. Our team is our differentiator and supporting them to thrive means supporting their wellbeing. ” says Chief Operating Officer, Kalyn Ponti (pictured).  "Each organisation has a different workforce. Instead of imposing 'fad ideas' the team tells us what would make a meaningful impact".  

The programme covers the four pillars that matter to the Humankind team – Physical, Social, Mental, and Work Wellbeing. 


LEARN MORE:   www.humankind.nz     #HumankindNZ

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SHARESIES

 

Where they caresies....

Sharesies is out to create the most financially empowered generation - to date, they've enabled over 220,000 Kiwis to invest over $700,000,000 in funds and companies. 


They’re on a mission to create a new way of working, empowering their team through mental health, wellness and career development initiatives.


“We’ve worked hard to implement initiatives that can meaningfully impact our team members, and enable them to support their own wellbeing. We want to be a workplace where ‘wellness,’ ‘mental health’ and ‘self-care’ are more than just buzz-words, and we're walking the talk every day to achieve that goal." explains Head of People Experience Tamara Buckland (pictured Regan Barsdell left and Amy Shand right).


LEARN MORE:  www.sharesies.nz      @Sharesies 

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SITE SAFE

 

Safety Insights....
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Site Safe is a not-for-profit health and safety organisation helping keep Kiwi construction workers safe.

This extends beyond just reducing injury and harm on site, but also incorporates promoting mental wellbeing.

‘With wellbeing being a key priority for us externally, it was vital we walk the talk and role model a strong focus on wellbeing for our own people’, says Brett Murray (pictured), Site Safe’s CE.

Site Safe’s Wellbeing strategy, Rautaki Hauora, is this commitment - recognising that wellbeing has a huge impact on individuals, the organisation, business outcomes and the wider community - including the construction industry.

LEARN MORE:   www.sitesafe.org.nz    @sitesafenz

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SOCIAL WELLBEING  AGENCY

Ministry of calm......
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The Social Wellbeing Agency has a broad reach across Aotearoa’s social system, getting actionable insights to decision-makers to improve the wellbeing of New Zealanders.

“We are a small government agency with less than fifty people,” says Director of Organisational Performance Lynda Jelbert. “We are specialised, nimble and innovative.

 

What we do matters... We know that investing in our people’s professional skills supports the agency’s capability to improve wellbeing for New Zealanders.”

Tānagata, “our people are our centre”, strategy supports employee skills and career development, and focuses on creating a diverse, healthy and safe working environment. As a result, 91% of employees said they enjoyed working for the Agency in 2019.

LEARN MORE:  www.swa.govt.nz

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