Healthy Place To Work

We are thrilled to become one of the first companies in Northern Ireland to obtain a Healthy Place to Work certification, along with Hughes Insurance and Version 1.

Healthy Place to Work was launched at the beginning of the year as the global standard for workplace health certification by John Ryan, providing a strategic approach to organisational health and well-being that is evidence-based and data-driven.

To be certified, an organisation needs to engage its employees in the completion of a robust survey covering four pillars – purpose, mental resilience, connection and physical health – to gather insight into their experience of work. The organisation then receives actionable insight from the results and a development plan providing benchmarks on practice, detailed feedback on identified strengths and weaknesses and paths to improvement. An organisation becomes certified when the actionable insights can be seen to have been met.

John Ryan, CEO and founder of Healthy Place to Work, said: “I am delighted that the first organisations in Northern Ireland have gone through our process and have officially become Healthy Places to Work. The last year has put the spotlight on the need for a healthy workforce, both physically and mentally, and in order for business leaders to understand the health of their companies, a strategic approach needs to be applied. Healthy Place to Work provides this approach and enables organisations to move the dial on employee health and improve their performance, helping the economy recover from the impacts of the past year.”

Managing Partners at Amplifi Solutions, Chris Maylin and Jeff Drennan, said: “we are thrilled that Amplifi Solutions is one of the first companies in Northern Ireland to become a Healthy Place to Work. The last year has been a challenging one and it feels great to be able to take a strategic approach to improving the overall health and wellbeing of our employees. The holistic insight that is provided during the process is truly transformational and I am looking forward to seeing the benefits, for both our employees and the company, of being a Healthy Place to Work.”

Information about Healthy Place to Work can be found at

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