Allegis Group, the leading provider of global talent solutions and services, won first place for the “Health and Wellbeing” category at the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) Australia’s 2023 Awards for Excellence. This award recognises businesses that clearly demonstrate how they prioritise the mental health and overall wellbeing of employees through support programs, education and communication.
Allegis Group won the top prize due to its holistic approach to health and wellbeing, focusing on providing employees with information, tools and resources they can use to take control of their wellbeing, as well as encouraging them to be an active participant in company-led initiatives. Each initiative aligns to a series of core wellbeing pillars – Mental, Physical, Nutrition, Financial and Connection – which provide the foundation for all communication and activities related to health and wellbeing.
“At Allegis Group, focusing on the health and wellbeing of our team has become an increasingly important element in how we can create a world class culture. This award reaffirms our commitment to our people and the many initiatives we undertake each year that focus on how we can all live healthier and more fulfilling lives in and out of the workplace. said President of Allegis Group APAC, Richard Waag, “I am incredibly proud of our team’s efforts and this win would not have been possible without the passion and support of our Health and Wellbeing Committee and Ambassadors.
The APSCo Australia Awards for Excellence are committed to identifying, promoting and celebrating best practice and excellence in the recruitment and professional staffing sector by recognising those companies who demonstrate and support the professional standards that APSCo embodies.
Formed to give organisations involved in the recruitment of professional talent the specialist support and distinctive voice needed to be successful, APSCo delivers an internationally trusted badge of quality for companies and candidates. APSCo operates in the United Kingdom, Germany, Singapore and Australia.