Press Release – New Board for Corporate Health

3 Jul


Corporate Health announces a New Board to help drive the charity’s ambitious growth and strategic plans,taking turnover to £5 million in the next 3 years and using the surplus generated to deliver its charitable objectives.

Established pre NHS in 1947 on one of Britain’s largest trading estates in Slough, the charity’s objectives were to look after the Occupational Health needs of local businesses and local employees. Corporate Health continues to do this, now delivering that same high level of service to over 822 businesses across the UK who receive clear, decisive, get-off-the-fence, commercially focused advice and know that any surplus the charity makes will be invested back into future OH development, training and research.

In today’s tough economic climate, business growth and success is no mean feat, which is why Corporate Health has brought in a new Board of Directors to work with and support the Executive Management team to ensure continued development of the service delivery and satisfaction for its customers.

The new Board, all of whom have impressive backgrounds, will share their collective knowledge with the Executive Management team led by Brett Edwards – Managing Director. Under the Board’s leadership, Brett and the team will ensure the charity maintains its reputation for delivering a personal service to its customers, solving their OH problems whilst proactively developing wellbeing plans to reduce the cost of absence and put in place measures to reduce the risk of litigation.

To see the full press release click on this link  PRESS RELEASE


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