888 William Hill commits to supporting 11,000 employees’ wellbeing around the world

LONDON- JULY, 2019: William Hill exterior signage. A British high street and online bookmaker

Internationally renowned gaming and betting company, 888 William Hill, has appointed Wellness Cloud to boost wellbeing support for its 11,000 employees around the world.

888 William Hill employees will benefit from the live talks and events run each year on the Wellness Cloud Hub on a range of topics related to wellbeing and health. They will also have access to a library of useful on-demand content and resources, including expert guides, podcasts, Q&As and workshops, available on both desktop and via a mobile app.

From nutrition to neurodiversity

In addition, Wellness Cloud will be offering 888 William Hill employees one-to-one remote consultations with experts from their network of hand-picked and experienced specialists. Staff will have access to sessions in fertility, menopause, parenting, nutrition, sleep, and neurodiversity to ensure users are fully supported in these areas.

Karen Taylor, Founding Director at Wellness Cloud, commented: “888 William Hill is setting the example for organisations in the betting and games industry on how to effectively support their most valuable resource – their people”.

Mark Skinner, Chief People Officer at 888 William Hill, commented: “Ensuring that our colleagues feel valued and supported is extremely important for us at 888 William Hill.  We’re thrilled to be working with Wellness Cloud to support colleagues in both their professional and personal wellbeing with access to a range of experts, live events and online content. We’re looking forward to seeing the impact that our new partnership will have on our colleagues across the world.”

The appointment of Wellness Cloud comes following the launch of its partnership with global logistics giant, DHL in 2023.

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