Vitaccess Ltd are helping employees maintain a healthy work-life balance. As well as providing more flexible working conditions, they have also invested directly in employee wellbeing to create a greater framework of support, including for those who might have additional responsibilities at home, such as care provision or academic commitments.
The company also employs two trained mental health first-aiders, who hold regular group wellness calls with employees, as well as giving staff members the opportunity to embed flexible working into their contracts.
This helps people balance work with taking care of families or part-time study. Today, the team is 67% female, and company wellbeing remains resilient, despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
“In our most recent company survey, employees rated their wellbeing and work-life balance in 2020 at 4.2/5, only a slight drop from the 2019 score. We feel we did remarkably well to maintain that level of score in the current climate.”