Accredited Employers

Bronze Award

Wealden District Council

The council is the first employer in East Sussex to be accredited with a Wellbeing at Work award, achieving Bronze award status for workplaces with 50+ employees.

As part of their award application, Wealden has implemented a range of initiatives and programmes that support staff wellbeing. These included Coffee Roulette – a virtual coffee meet randomly pairing two staff members from across the company, cycle to work scheme, flexible working and the introduction of mental health first aiders.

Wealden District Council’s portfolio holder for Human Resources Councillor Roy Galley said, “Wealden council has a reputation as a good place to work and we take great care in looking after and valuing our staff. This award is a testament to the work those within the council have done over a long period of time.

“I would like to thank the officers who helped us achieve this award and we are very proud to be the first council in East Sussex to gain this accreditation.”

Image of Wealden District Council being awarded with a certificate to recognise that they have achieved Wellbeing at Work Bronze Award.
East Sussex Wellbeing at Work’s Bronze award presentation to Wealden District Council. Left to right: East Sussex County Council’s Flavia de Melo Dewey, Karen Rosier and Sarah Garner from Wealden District Council, Councillor Roy Galley, East Sussex County Council’s Sarah Nash and Wealden council’s Chris Bending and Kat Jenner.

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