New College Pontefract’s multi-academy trust has been recognised by Wakefield Council as an exemplary model of a healthy and productive workplace.
New Collaborative Learning Trust was awarded the Wakefield Workplace Wellbeing Charter due to the trust’s success in meeting the charter’s five objectives. These include promoting a physically active and productive workforce that are able to make healthy choices in a safe and stress-free environment.
“We are delighted to achieve this recognition from Wakefield Council,” said Lauren Walker, NCLT’s Director of Human Resources. “The charter’s criteria match our own priorities in creating as productive, healthy and positive working environment as possible. It’s a pleasure to have the success of our approach confirmed by an outside source.”
The award was presented to Lauren Mutton (pictured left) from NCLT’s HR department by Tom Stannard, the council’s Corporate Director for Regeneration and Economic Growth.