Henry Brothers were absolutely delighted to have been announced winner of The Excellence in Workplace Health & Wellbeing category in this year’s Belfast Telegraph Business Awards and also awarded Highly Commended in the Special Recognition Award for Climate Action.
Kenton Hilman, Head of Corporate and Property Banking at Ulster Bank NI said, ‘having received a record level of entries to this year’s Belfast Telegraph’s Business Awards in partnership with Ulster Bank, judges had the unenviable task of selecting winners across all 14 categories. Each of the winners has demonstrated impressive levels of innovation and ingenuity and they represent the kind of entrepreneurial spirit we need in the business community, particularly as the economy continues to recover”.
Ian Henry, CR Director commented, “The past 18 months have seen us work in a way in which we have never experienced before, and it was vital for us to ensure our employees wellbeing remained a priority during such unprecedented times.
We have always been keen to ensure that we are doing all we can to limit our impact on the Environment and that this has been recognized with the Highly Commended award. We are thrilled to have been recognized for our commitment to our employee’s health and wellbeing and sustainability. A huge thank you to everyone who has contributed to this fantastic achievement”.
Henry Brothers HR Advisor and Health & Wellbeing Champion, Shannon McGilligan, attended a winners’ presentation event hosted by the Belfast Telegraph at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Belfast following the announcement and was presented with the Award by a representative from Hastings Hotels, category sponsor.