Opus Energy launches workplace wellbeing scheme

Opus Energy has launched a workplace wellbeing scheme, which is aimed at increasing the overall mental and physical wellbeing of its 410 employees.

The scheme, Opus Energise, will offer:

  • An online health and wellbeing information portal.
  • Quarterly health challenges, starting with a pedometer team competition.
  • Health screenings and advice.
  • Access to an occupational health programme.
  • A bikes-for-work scheme.
  • Volunteering days.
  • Discounted gym membership.

Charlie Crossley Cooke, managing director of Opus Energy, said: “Opus Energise is a way for us to show our commitment to our employees and thank them for all their hard work.”

Daniel Keatings, a Northampton-based pommel horse gymnast and Olympics hopeful, who is sponsored by Opus Energise, said: “It’s great to work with an organisation that realises the value of getting its staff involved in sports and thinking about being healthy.”

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