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Our people’s wellbeing is our priority

With our proactive and preventative approach, we aim to ensure we have a sustainable, thriving workforce with long-lasting good health and happiness. We focus on the four pillars of wellbeing: physical, emotional, social and financial.

We actively involve and listen to our people and run data-led initiatives, which gives people the knowledge, skills and confidence to remain healthy, safe and engaged.

Wellbeing Champions

At AWE, our Wellbeing Champions programme is dedicated to ensuring that every member of our team has a trusted colleague to rely on daily. This established network provides support and champions good mental health, as well as monthly wellbeing activities to help our people live a healthy lifestyle and stay well at work and home. 

“Through our network of Wellbeing Champions, we’re ensuring that everyone at AWE has access to a trusted colleague to turn to. Our Wellbeing Champions support our people by listening and signposting to promote better physical, emotional, social, and financial wellbeing. They play a key role in supporting our culture, that contributes to improved mental health and wellbeing.” 

Cleo, Wellbeing Lead

Employee Assistance Programme

At AWE, we recognize that mental health is intertwined with our physical wellbeing. That’s why our Employee Assistance Programme offers not only counselling and mental health services but also resources for physical health, including access to physiotherapy and nutritionists. 

We understand that all aspects of health are interconnected, and by providing comprehensive support, we empower our employees to thrive in every facet of their lives. 

Wellbeing policies

Our leading flexible and smarter working policies – including a nine-day fortnight, and the option to tailor your working hours to suit you, helps us to create an environment that is open to all. We employ smarter working to empower our team to make the right decisions about where, when and how they work. We have a volunteering scheme with three extra days of leave per year, so employees can work for good causes.