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Seymour Whyte tackling remote worker wellbeing

Seymour Whyte has introduced an innovative new solution to support the wellbeing of remote workers on NSW’s M12 Central project – the ‘Wellness Hub’.

The Wellness Hub is a private retreat where wellbeing takes centre stage. Designed to cater to the diverse needs of the team, it provides a space to prioritise their health and wellbeing during the workday.

The new facility is a versatile space designed to cater to a range of requirements. Whether the team is seeking a moment of tranquillity, a place to engage in mindfulness activities, or a cosy spot to catch up with colleagues, the Hub has them covered. The space offers a range of amenities, including a fully equipped kitchen, a state-of-the-art TV for wellness videos, fitness equipment, comfortable seating, and a range of engaging games.

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“At M12 Central, we introduced the Wellness Hub to address the challenges posed by our remote location and unique needs,” said Belinda Crampton, Social Inclusion Manager – M12 Central.

“This space fosters team bonding, collaboration, and provides a retreat for recharging, all in one. It’s more than a room; it’s a sanctuary reflecting our commitment to the well-being of our team.”

The Wellness Hub has also been designed with privacy in mind. Equipped with a secure, lockable door and blackout blinds, it offers a discreet retreat for those moments when solitude is crucial. Nursing mothers can find comfort here to express milk, individuals can engage in cultural practices, and anyone seeking a moment of reflection, or a private call can do so without interruption.

By providing the Wellness Hub, the M12 Central team is aiming to offer more than just a physical space. It has been designed as a sign of Seymour Whyte’s commitment to fostering flexibility, managing workloads, reducing stress, and creating an environment where personal and professional growth go hand.

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