Infigo are feeling the love this Valentine’s Day after being named one of the UK’s Best Workplaces™ for Wellbeing
Infigo has been recognised for showing the love to its employees after being named one of the UK’s Best Workplaces™ for Wellbeing (2023). This is the second award Infigo has received from UK’s Best Workplaces™, after being named as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces™ in Tech in 2022.
Great Place to Work’s culture experts analysed thousands of employee surveys, assessing people’s holistic experiences of wellbeing at work to determine the UK’s Best Workplaces™ for Wellbeing list.
The surveys asked employees to comment on how their company supports their work-life balance, sense of fulfilment, job satisfaction, psychological safety and financial security. Evaluations also included an assessment of how well the organisation was able to deliver consistency of their employee experience across all departments and seniority levels.
Julie Minn, Head of HR & Legal at Infigo, said: “To be recognised as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces™ for Wellbeing, by THE global authority on workplace culture, is something we’re extremely proud of.
“A phrase that we often use internally and externally is ‘the Infigo family’. Looking after our team has always been paramount, but it’s been especially important over the last few years, where we’ve all faced unprecedented challenges.”
Infigo’s employees mentioned a range of wellbeing policies and practices, ranging from a dog-friendly office, to virtual team exercise challenges as well as supporting flexible working and more hands-on support when staff need it.
Julie continued: “We learned a long time ago that while salary is integral to attracting talent, it’s a supportive, flexible environment, where employees have purpose and the opportunity to make a genuine difference in the company that keeps them here. Often for many years.
“Looking after our teams is majorly important to us and all our induction of new talent is based around this.
“We are bringing in some great people and intend to look after them, whether that’s offering a great working environment or providing help and advice for our employees via the Printing Charity that we are actively supporting.
“On top of Infigo being named as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces™ to work in Tech last year, this really is a huge honour and one we’re immensely proud of.”
James Reffold, from the Infigo Marketing Team, said: “I can truly say first-hand that Julie and the team at Infigo have personally supported me through some really tough times, both mentally and physically.
“As I’m sure that many others can relate, the pandemic caused a number of different challenges and hurdles, to which we have all struggled to a certain extent, but I am incredibly grateful and proud to say that I work for such a supportive company, through the hard times, and the good.”
“In addition, my role accommodates super flexible working from both home or in the office, with the best bit being my dog Sam (who I probably already spend too much time with) always being welcome in the office, too.”
Benedict Gautrey, Managing Director of Great Place to Work® UK explains: “At the heart of every organisation are its people and looking after their wellbeing should be much more than a package of impressive perks on a careers website.”
“We know when employees feel genuinely contented and at ease within their roles, they are much more engaged and productive. Now in our second year of the UK’s Best Workplaces™ for Wellbeing list, we’re once again able to showcase the leading organisations providing cultures conducive to outstanding psychological, physical and social wellbeing. A huge congratulations to Infigo for making this prestigious list.”