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Business honoured for its commitment to wellbeing

A company which has pioneered the mind, body and spirit approach to wellbeing in Cheltenham for the past 23 years has been awarded a special charter.

The Isbourne joins 1,000 organisations nationally, including government departments and Premier League football clubs, alongside local organisations such as the Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

This nationally acclaimed Workplace Wellbeing Charter accreditation is awarded to organisations which can prove commitment to the health and wellbeing of their workforce, evidencing a range of best practice, from leadership and management, right through to healthy eating.

Joanna Hill, general manager of The Isbourne, said: "When we first heard about the Workplace Wellbeing Charter it sounded an ideal fit for The Isbourne. Wellbeing is at the very core of what we do and we are committed to providing people with the tools, resources and encouragement to inspire happier, healthier and more positive lives. It is only fitting that we embrace these same principals for our own employees.

"Employee wellbeing has risen up the agenda for many organisations over recent years, as they have recognised the value and benefits of looking after their workforce. It was in response to this shift in focus that we launched our Workplace Wellbeing training packages for local business and organisations, which we deliver through a wide variety of skilled holistic practitioners."

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