GB Auto is a market-leading provider of automotive services, products and technology, servicing the mining, construction, transport and agricultural industries. The business employs 85 team members with a large proportion being shift workers.
GB Auto registered for the Get Healthy at Work program in order to get a greater understanding of its employees’ health challenges and receive advice and guidance on how to make improvements.
Based in Manildra in regional NSW, MSM Milling is an around the clock oilseed crushing, refining, value adding and packaging operation with a 60-strong, predominantly male workforce. More than 70% of the employees are shift workers, often working 12 hours at a time.
MSM Milling decided to implement the Get Healthy at Work program to focus on general wellbeing and work life balance. The end goal: to improve workers’ eating habits and help them understand the important role diet plays in maintaining their energy and alertness levels.
The Lido Group is an accommodation aggregator offering innovative technological solutions to address the booking and payment needs of corporate and government entities. The workforce is a young, multicultural group with an almost even gender split and only 2 employees over the age of 40.
The Lido groups’ primary goal was to improve levels of physical activity, education around healthy eating and to assist employees to quit smoking. A holistic approach was taken to ensure the program was relevant for all employees.
Cundall is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary consultancy that sets the benchmark for innovative and environmentally sustainable design. With 21 locations and over 800 staff globally, Cundall’s Sydney office aimed to address the sedentary issues around desk-based work by implementing the Get Healthy at Work program.