It’s been a fantastic year for our Jump programmes – with high engagement and successful results including an 8% average energy reduction across all client schemes and an average of 307,590 miles travelled sustainably. We are delighted with the positive results that our programmes have achieved so far, proving their success in creating sustainable behaviour change. And with these high impact results, our programmes have been receiving recognition across the country, with 6 of our Jump clients shortlisted for awards in 2017. These include the BIFM Awards, the Better Society Awards, the Employee Benefits Awards, the Guardian University Awards, the Sustain Wales Awards and Edie’s Sustainability Leader’s Awards.
Earlier this year, RBS won the prestigious ‘Bank of the Year’ in the Better Society Awards 2017, and Michael Lynch, Head of Sustainable Workplace Culture at RBS said: “We are delighted to have won this award and be recognised for our innovative Jump programme which is making significant savings in costs, energy and other resources by engaging colleagues in simple, positive steps.”
At the 2017 Sustain Wales Awards, our programme at Swansea University (Swansea SWell) received a High Commendation for its work in sustainability engagement. The university has seen some impressive results from the programme, including 23,000 kg of CO2 saved from employees travelling sustainably, a 19% reduction in carbon intensity, over 105,000 miles travelled sustainably and over 45,000 positive actions logged.
Our Jump programmes provide a sustainability and wellbeing engagement platform for employers to motivate their employees to take part in activities such as saving energy, travelling sustainably, increasing exercise and investing time in wellbeing activities. Through motivation, ongoing communications campaigns and rewards to reinforce behaviour change, Jump has the functionality to help employers save energy, reduce carbon emissions and create an environment for employees to feel happier, healthier and more fulfilled in the workplace.
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