Listen: In this episode of the Employee Benefits podcast, David Glennon, rewards manager at Trayport, discusses some of the employee wellbeing projects that the software organisation put in place to support staff during the pandemic.
These initiatives led to Trayport winning the award for Best benefits to support employees during the pandemic – small employer, at 2021’s Employee Benefits Awards. The employer quickly adapted its approach to offer staff constant wellbeing support through its ‘working from home doesn’t mean working alone’ campaign. This included weekly themed wellbeing support through webinars, podcasts, Zoom quizzes and other entertainment, including a magician. As part of its holistic wellbeing focus, Trayport broadened the scope of its fitness allowance to not only include gym memberships, but also classes such as yoga, mindfulness and online fitness.
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At a glance
Trayport provides energy trading software for traders and brokers. Some of its typical job roles include software developers, systems engineers and data analysts.
It has approximately 240 employees in London, and has offices in Bremen, Singapore and Vienna. The average age of staff is 35.
David Glennon, rewards manager, joined Trayport in 2018. His first HR role was at Aer Lingus, where he administered a defined benefit (DB) pension scheme for pilots and cabin crew. He has since held payroll and benefits roles at Sony Pictures, Conde Nast and Weber Shandwick.
“Winning at the 2021 Employee Benefits Awards was a career highlight,” says Glennon. “My team put in some incredible work around wellbeing during the pandemic, and to win was just amazing.”