Claire Leigh, Director at Brampton Recruitment, thinks her team is the best in the world.
Like a premiership winning side they continue to perform at the top of their game after a period of transition and expansion, along with a move to new premises. They have bonded quickly', and go out of their way for each other.
To support her nomination in the Happiest Team category of the National Happiness Awards 2018, Claire says: "I'm really proud that the new additions, they have settled in well and gelled together so quickly. They pull together when there is a busy period and support each other with the additional workload. Out of work they give lifts to each other and give up their own time to volunteer.
"We are currently all working together to put on a charity quiz (an unofficial Friends Quiz). One of our clients is supporting us with a venue and other companies have helped us by donating gifts so we can auction and raffle them off."
In a stressful industry, Brampton Recruitment enjoys a low turnover of staff, some who have worked there for many years. It provides a flexible and supportive environment and understands the importance of a work/life balance and the impact this has on wellbeing. The team make time for fun. In October they plan a comedy murder mystery night and earlier in the year spent a day of hilarity messing around on a barge.
It sounds like the perfect place to work.
Does your organisation do as much to support the workforce, do you think you have the happiest team in the UK? Nominate them for a National Happiness Award 2018. In addition to the Happiest Team category, you can also nominate in the Happiest Workplace Person or Happiest Workplace categories.
The National Happiness Awards recognise and honour the happiest people and places in the UK. They will be judged by an independent panel of experts and culminate in a gala awards evening of fun and glamour. The awards recognise happiness heroes from business, the public sector and education. 2018 marks the third year the awards have been running, and each year they have grown in size and profile. They are the only awards of their kind in Britain and attract significant media attention.