Leading serviced office operator Business Environment is helping employees to kick their smoking habits once and for all thanks to a dedicated support initiative.
Business Environment is helping to fund employee’s efforts to kick their smoking habits by offering participants a support package containing stopping-smoking aids including nicotine substitutes and books on quitting.
In addition, once employees have lasted six months without a cigarette they are rewarded with a £100 cheque; a great incentive which is currently helping five members of the serviced office team to quit for good.
Georgina Verso, receptionist at the Westpoint Business Centre in Bristol, has now reached the three-month milestone in her campaign to quit. Georgina commented: “I have been a smoker for over 20 years and, despite trying to quit a number of times, I have never quite managed to succeed. However, when I heard about the initiative that Business Environment was offering, I thought it was too good an opportunity to resist.
“In fact, when I mentioned the scheme to my nurse, she was amazed that it existed and said she wasn’t aware of any other company offering the same service, which shows that Business Environment is really leading the way when it comes to wellbeing-related benefits.”
Managing Director of Business Environment, David Saul, said: “We launched the smoking support initiative in a bid to help our employees give up smoking and adopt healthier lifestyles. Everyone is aware of the risks associated with smoking but for some people it can be a hugely difficult addiction to overcome. So by offering some help and a little incentive, we’re hoping we can make a difference to the lives of our staff who desperately want to quit.”
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