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Work is a picnic for Savills learning and development team

Happiest team nomination int the National Happiness Awards

No flipcharts or team bonding games for the L&D team at estate agent and property expert Savills, just break out the Processco and sausage rolls and head to the park. According to Shani Waites the team are at their happiest when they are eating and, judging by the accompanying picture, they also enjoy a cheeky glass (or two).

As part of her nomination for the Happiest Team category, Shani added: "I think this team should win the award. Every individual in the group has a fantastic character and personality, which creates the perfect team when welcoming and advising employees on their training needs. We like to have fun while working and not a day goes by where we all aren't laughing and joking with each other."

Do you want to support Shani's nomination, or do you think your team deserves to win the award? Head over to the National Happiness Awards page, and submit your nomination. It only takes a few minutes to spread the happiness.

Happy nominating!

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