Youth Cancer Trust is proud to WIN a Gold medal and Best in Wellbeing in the WorkL Workplace of the Year Awards, supported by The Telegraph 2021.
Category winners are organisations who have scored top for one or more of the WorkL categories. These results are based on data collected from the free Happy At Work Test which has seen over 20,000 organisations entered.
To win a Gold medal, organisations must have scored an average of above 80% in the Happy at Work test – see https://workl.co/workplace-awards for more information.
The Founder of WorkL is the former Trade Minister and ex Managing Director of Waitrose, Lord Mark Price, who comments;
“I’m pleased to congratulate Youth Cancer Trust on beating thousands of other companies across their category to be crowned a winner. After such a difficult 18 months in business, I’m pleased that our awards are celebrating organisations that are leading the way in their category, creating happy and engaged employees.“
Youth Cancer Trust founder, Brenda Clark, says
“We are so excited to win such a prestigious award and are very proud that our workplace is one of the happiest places to work in the UK! It’s been a hard and challenging couple of years and our staff have worked tirelessly to continue supporting young people with cancer in the UK, providing them with a safe space online to help reduce isolation and improve wellbeing. Thank you WorkL for promoting such a wonderful idea, and thank you to all our staff, volunteers and Youth Ambassadors for taking the Happy at Work Test – workplace happiness is integral to our charity’s ethos and our staff do wonders in maintaining that.“