Global recruitment organisation Ambition held its annual wellbeing week this month, to promote wellness in the workplace for its 35 UK-based employees.
The wellbeing week included a lunchtime yoga class led by a professional yoga and meditation teacher, which was attended by 18 employees, an hour-long bootcamp class featuring sprints, push-ups and squats that 15 staff members participated in and a DIY rice paper roll bar, where staff could make their own rice paper rolls using vegetables and dipping sauces. All employees attended this session.
All of Ambition’s UK employees were also able to have a private massage, which was performed by a professional masseuse in one of the organisation’s meeting rooms. Around 14 employees took part in an after-work game of football, and 30 staff attended an early-finish day on Friday 22 June, where employees headed to Hyde Park for a game of rounders.
Ambition also provided a breakfast bar for the whole week, which allowed employees to choose from healthy foods such as cereals, fruits, yoghurts and eggs on toast.
The wellbeing week was communicated to staff using internal emails. The organisation also placed a specific wellbeing week board in its kitchen to enable employees to sign up for the available activities and see pictures of the various planned events.
Nicky Acuna Ocana, managing director at Ambition UK, said: “It is fantastic to see what a success our annual wellbeing week has been once again. At Ambition, we take employee wellbeing very seriously and hope this will encourage our staff to continue to make positive changes [while] having fun.”