November 2021: Issue Thirteen
Keep walking | Keep talking
As we enter autumn and with the winter months not far away, many of us are now returning back to the office, either on a full time, or agile basis. Our Team members are now back in our Kent HQ office at least 2 days a week and our London office is back open for business too.
The aim of our agile working is to keep to our company ethos of flexibility and a positive work/life balance. We continue to encourage our team to keep walking and to keep talking, as communication and exercise are vital components of our wellbeing.
London to Dubai Challenge
For the candid reader, you may recall back in April that our team embarked on a London to Dubai challenge to help raise essential funds and awareness for our chosen charity Mind. I am pleased to share that between all of the team, we are nearly over the Dubai line and have reached 4,000 miles of the 4,400 miles needed to meet our challenge!
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