Fresh Start Waste Services, a leading waste management company, is proud to announce its recognition as an Age-Friendly Employer in the United Kingdom. This distinction showcases Fresh Start’s commitment to promoting inclusivity, diversity, and equal opportunities in the workplace for employees of all ages.
As an Age-Friendly Employer, Fresh Start Waste Services understands the value of a diverse workforce and recognises the skills and experience that employees from all age groups bring to the organisation. The company actively promotes an inclusive work environment that fosters respect, collaboration, and lifelong learning.
“We are delighted to be recognised as an Age-Friendly Employer,” said John Huckstepp, Head of HR & Safety at Fresh Start. “We wholeheartedly believe in creating a workplace culture that values individuals regardless of their age. We strive to provide equal opportunities for all our employees to succeed and contribute to our collective success.”
Fresh Start Waste Services embraces age diversity by implementing policies and practices that support employees at different stages of their careers. This includes offering flexible working arrangements, training and development opportunities, mentorship programs, and initiatives to promote work-life balance.
In addition, Fresh Start promotes intergenerational collaboration and knowledge-sharing within the organisation. By fostering an environment where employees can learn from one another, the company harnesses the collective wisdom and expertise of its diverse workforce, ensuring continued growth and innovation.
The recognition as an Age-Friendly Employer aligns with Fresh Starts’ broader commitment to corporate social responsibility and employee well-being. By creating an inclusive and supportive workplace, the company not only benefits its employees but also enhances its overall productivity and customer service.
Fresh Start Waste Services encourages other businesses to follow suit and prioritise age-friendly practices. By embracing age diversity, organisations can tap into a wider talent pool, promote inclusivity, and contribute to building a more age-inclusive society.