World Wellbeing Week – 27th June to 1st July 2022

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27th June to 1st July marks the fourth year of World Wellbeing Week.

Its aim is to provide the opportunity for participants worldwide to celebrate the many aspects of wellbeing, from meaningful, purposeful work to financial security, physical, mental and emotional health, social resilience and empathic corporate and civic leadership, community relations and care for the environment.

Over the years, Finura has embraced employee wellbeing and it is a cause we wholeheartedly support. We understand the positive difference a robust benefits package can have on the lives of our people – both in and outside the workplace.

As such, we offer an extensive range of employee benefits that encompass physical, mental and financial wellbeing, with the aim of helping our staff to achieve a better work-life balance. These include a detailed agile and flexible working policy, time off for volunteering to support group and individual causes, medical and income protection insurance, and an annual grant to support employees wishing to undertake professional study.

Another way we support staff is by offering access to HEKA, an employee wellbeing platform that delivers personalised health and wellbeing to all of our employees. Through Heka’s check-in feature, every member of our team receives personalised recommendations from 1000s of wellbeing experiences, products and services.

This includes the likes of financial coaching, positive mental health support, learning and development, physical fitness classes and so much more. By adding Heka to our wider wellbeing strategy, and providing our team members with a monthly allowance, we are able to empower employees to take control of health and wellbeing.

If you would like to enquire about working for Finura, please contact us here.

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