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WellMe – Keep Learning

Earlier in the year, we launched the wellbeing initiative WellMe for our Churchill colleagues. The programme consists of five pillars that are designed to promote positive mindsets, personal development, and physical and mental health awareness. These include: Be Active Keep Learning Give Connect Take Notice We covered ‘Be Active’ in a blog last month, sharing […]

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10 tips for office cleaning when the lockdown ends

Our group QHSE and sustainability director, Andrew Broderick, shares his recommendations for office cleaning when the lockdown ends. The UK government announced a three-week extension to the coronavirus lockdown on 16 April. There are strong suggestions that normal economic activity – with the majority of people back to work – won’t resume until at least […]

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First impressions – Lauren Ewing

I started my career at Churchill with a weekend position working on the Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) team, and was very happy with it. The administration assistant at the time – Meg – was extremely helpful and took me through the Health, Safety, Environment and Quality training which detailed all of the processes thoroughly […]

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WellMe – Be Active

Last month, we launched a comprehensive wellbeing strategy called ‘WellMe’. The programme identifies five main wellbeing pillars that we’ll be promoting to all of our employees. The first pillar is ‘Be Active’. The benefits of physical activity are well-documented. Exercise is essential for slowing age-related cognitive decline, and regular physical activity is associated with lower […]

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First impressions – Harry Wentworth

I’ve recently started a permanent role as business development executive, and I wouldn’t have been in a position to take the job without the experience that I gained from my year-long apprenticeship in business administration with Churchill. I joined the scheme in the Holborn, London office after I saw an online advertisement. I was familiar […]

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