Tobermore offers employee wellbeing app
The Tobermore Connect Health and Wellbeing app provides employees with access to 24/7 GP appointments and a trusted team of medical staff.
This means that Tobermore staff can avail of comprehensive and specialist support wherever needed - 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Now more than ever, Tobermore is committed to developing a healthy workplace culture.
With over 300 staff employed throughout the UK and Ireland, Tobermore recognises that their employees are their greatest asset. By adopting a systematic approach to wellbeing, Tobermore hopes that their new Connect app will contribute to the company’s success.
David Henderson, Managing Director of Tobermore, commented on the new app: “I am proud to launch our new Tobermore Connect app which provides health and
wellbeing support for our employees.
“All of us can experience pressure from different parts of our lives, from time to time, whether it is personal, work or financial.
“These factors can make life difficult, so it is essential we have the necessary tools and support available.
“By providing our team with the best support, everyone can reach their full potential.
“We want our staff to know that whatever mental, physical, emotional or financial struggles they face, Tobermore is here to help.”
If you are interested in joining Team Tobermore, you can view their current career vacancies here: www.tobermore.co.uk/careers/
Founded in 1942, Tobermore has evolved from a modest sand and gravel business into a world-class manufacturer of paving and walling, supplying the commercial and domestic markets throughout the UK and Ireland. The company is proud to be a trusted supplier of leading contractors and housebuilders, providing paving and walling products on the nation’s most prestigious schemes. Tobermore is going from strength to strength currently employing over 300 people and expanding further into the UK.
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