Celebrating excellent employee wellbeing strategies 

Entry for our third annual awards opens 2 September 2019 - register your interest today

These independent awards give you the opportunity to gain industry recognition for delivering excellence, celebrate the strategies that you have put in place to help individuals thrive, and come together with others leading the way in employee wellbeing to discuss best practice and real-world experiences. 

Why enter? 

Why enter? 

  • Gain industry recognition and have the opportunity to celebrate the work that you’re doing to drive change or deliver a healthier workplace. 

  • Join fellow pioneers of wellbeing at our exclusive afternoon of networking and peer-to-peer workshops to discuss best practice, real-world experiences, and key solutions. 

  • Demonstrate to your workforce and potential recruits that your organisation cares about the physical, mental and financial wellbeing of employees. 

  • Have the opportunity to be invited to speak in front of 400+ leaders at The Employee Wellbeing Congress and be published in our sought-after Employee Wellbeing Research Report. 

How to enter the 2020 awards 

Share your story with the Employee Wellbeing Award judges when entry opens on 2 September 2019. Register your interest  via our online form today.


Showcase the area in which your organisation shines the brightest or reward those who have truly inspired you through our carefully-crafted categories covering the breadth of the wellbeing agenda: 

  • Newcomer 
  • Most Improved  
  • Leadership & Culture  
  • Innovation  
  • Strategy  
  • Physical  
  • Mental  
  • Financial  
  • Social  
  • Vanguard  
  • Visionary

Congratulations to our 2019 winners

Newcomer – Private Sector 
Winner: Carlsberg 
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Newcomer – Public and Third Sector 
Winner: The Challenge Network (TCN) 
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Most Improved 
Winner: North Bristol NHS Trust 
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Winner: Croydon Council 
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Winner: Yorkshire Building Society 
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Commended: Shell International Ltd

Physical Wellbeing 
Winner: United Utilities 
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Social Wellbeing In The Workplace 
Winner: Aviva 
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Mental Wellbeing Fewer than 5,000 employees 
Winner: Yorkshire Building Society 
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Commended: Companies House

Mental Wellbeing More than 5,000 employees 
Winner: United Utilities 
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Leadership and Culture 
Winner: Three UK 
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Winner: Wells Fargo 
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Benefits Strategy 
Winner: The Hyde Group 
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Total Strategy 
Winner: Cafcass 
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The REBA Pinnacle Award 
Winner: Aviva 
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The REBA Vanguard Award 
Winner: Dr Shaun Davis, Global director of safety, health, wellbeing and sustainability at Royal Mail Group 
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The REBA Visionary Award 
Winner: António Horta-Osório CEO of Lloyds Banking Group 
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Congratulations to 2019 winners

“It’s fantastic recognition externally and internally and really important for spreading the message.”  Guy Dickson, North Bristol NHS Trust

“I am thrilled to have been awarded the Vanguard Award. Shocked! Delighted! Honoured!”   Dr Shaun Davis, Royal Mail Group

“It’s brilliant to be recognised as a workplace that cherishes employee wellbeing above all else.”   Lindsey Barrass, The Challenge Network

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