Vitality names Britain's 'healthiest places to work'

Britain’s Healthiest Workplace 2019 study revealed

Adam Saville
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Vitality names Britain's 'healthiest places to work'

Johnson & Johnson, Adidas UK and Wellness International named as part of study

For the seventh year in a row Adidas UK has won first place in the medium-sized category of Vitality's ‘Britain's Healthiest Workplace' study. Health and wellbeing provider Wellness International was ranked number one in the small classification for the second year running. For large firms, Johnson & Johnson finished first, having won in 2015. Last year's large-sized company winner Nomura International came second this year after winning four times. The annual Vitality Britain's Healthiest...

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