Cream of the wellbeing crop


Scorrier-based clotted cream producer, Rodda’s, has been chosen as the only company to represent the UK in a EU-wide report on the best practices for promoting wellbeing at work.

Nicholas Rodda
Nicholas Rodda

With the aim of raising health and wellbeing standards, the newly published OSHA report, from the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, highlights the leading approaches to employee wellbeing adopted by EU businesses.

Rodda’s was nominated by the British Heart Foundation as one of its top five UK case studies in a shortlist which also included Bath & North East Somerset, Preston City Council and Birmingham Hospital.

Ann Persson at the British Heart Foundation, commented: “We are delighted that our recommendation for Rodda’s has been accepted by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work given the integral role that wellbeing clearly plays in the company’s culture.”

Nicholas Rodda, managing director of Rodda’s, added: “Health and wellbeing at work is vital to our success and we’re thrilled to be given the opportunity to highlight our ways of working at a European level.”