The UK's largest communications outsourcing service has an innovative approach to employee wellbeing.
Staff at Moneypenny - or PAs as it likes to call them - are offered an interest free loan of up to £2,000 and were consulted about what they wanted from its new office. As a result the Wrexham HQ now features a tree house and a pub.
It’s clearly an approach that’s paid dividends. The company is a stalwart of the Sunday Times Best Places to Work list and has a staff churn rate of below five per cent, in an industry with an average of 20. But as founder Ed Reeves explains, it takes more than a quirky environment to grow a happy workforce. To create truly engaged employees you need to give them a sense of empowerment.