Successful Gateway innovation, Jump, launched at RBS Trinity Quay this week, spurring employees to come out in force and pledge their commitment to ‘go green’ for Bristol.
Jump programme, one of the successful innovations chosen in the RBS Bristol Go Green Innovation Challenge, is an engagement and rewards programme which combines communication, rewards and the smart use of technology to achieve maximum employee engagement.
The Jumpteam were on hand at Trinity Quay on Monday to launch the programme and encourage employees to sign up and pledge their commitment to sustainability in the workplace. We’re delighted to reveal that over 600 employees have now signed up, that’s over 50% of all the staff in the office!
Staff were offered a KeepCup or re-usable water bottles on signing up to the programme to reduce disposable cup waste. And the restaurant at Trinity Quay is also getting behind the initiative offering a discount on all hot drinks when employees use their KeepCups.
Jump will engage employees around key themes throughout 2016: energy, paper, water, waste and travel. The energy theme will launch on March 1st and will encourage employees to reduce energy use throughout Trinity Quay.
Across all themes, the Jump platform will provide a central place for employees to track progress, collect points for making positive changes and submit their own suggestions for engaging colleagues on sustainable issues.
The Jump programme will be accessible to many more RBS employees shortly as it is scheduled to go live in 6 more RBS buildings across the UK next week.