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11Dec

Hackney Citizen

Rewards scheme sees Hackney hit highest ever recycling rate

An incentive scheme has helped Hackney to achieve its highest ever rate of household recycling.
 
In September, recycling across the borough hit 28.95 per cent, up from around 25 per cent last year, when the council launched the government-funded Hackney Recycling Rewards inititative.
 
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07Dec

Edie.net 7/12/2017

Employee engagement programme records one million positive actions

More than one million positive actions have been recorded by an employee engagement project which encourages workforces to carry out behaviours that boost sustainability and wellbeing.

 
The Jump scheme, run by sustainable rewards programmes supplier Green Rewards, motivates employees to undergo activities such as energy saving and cycling to work.
 
Clients include a number of top UK universities, borough councils and the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). According to Green Rewards, these organisations have collectively reduced energy usage by an average of 8% and sustainably travelled an average of 307,590km.
 
Green Rewards’ co-founder Graham Simmonds described a positive step change in the ...
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06Dec

EAUC 06/12/2017

The University of Strathclyde becomes first university in Scotland to adopt JUMP

The University of Strathclyde will become the first Scottish university to implement the JUMP sustainability and wellbeing employee engagement programme. The University will launch a 5 month pilot of the JUMP programme for 250 employees from January 2018. JUMP will form part of the University’s developing programme of activities aimed at making Strathclyde a more sustainable university.

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06Dec

Camden Magazine 06/12/2017

 

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05Dec

Press Release 5/12/2017

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5th December 2017
 
JUMP records over 1 million positive actions
 
The award-winning JUMP employee engagement programme has recorded over 1 million positive actions from clients’ employees carrying out behaviours that boost sustainability and wellbeing.
 
Green Rewards, the company that operates JUMP, today announced that 1,313,900 positive actions have been logged across all client programmes to date.
 
JUMP is an engagement programme that motivates employees to take part in a range of sustainability and wellbeing activities, such as energy saving, volunteering, cycling to work, fitness workouts, and more. Employees report their activities through an innovative online platform and app, and are incentivised by leader boards, team competition, and rewards for top performing teams and individuals.
 
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28Nov

Employee Benefits 28/11/2017

University of Strathclyde to pilot sustainability and wellbeing scheme

The University of Strathclyde is to pilot a sustainability and wellbeing scheme for 250 employees from January 2018. It will pilot the Jump programme, provided by Green Rewards, for five months as part of the Glasgow-based university’s developing programme of activities to help it create a more sustainable environment.

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25Nov

The Scotsman 24/11/2017

 

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24Nov

Press Release 24/11/2017

Press Release

24th November 2017

The University of Strathclyde becomes first university in Scotland to adopt JUMP

The University of Strathclyde will become the first Scottish university to implement the JUMP sustainability and wellbeing employee engagement programme.
 
The University will launch a 5 month pilot of the JUMP programme for 250 employees from January 2018.  JUMP will form part of the University’s developing programme of activities aimed at making Strathclyde a more sustainable university.    
 
Spela Raposa and Amy Ritchie from the University of Strathclyde are currently finalising the behaviours to focus on for the pilot, and Spela said: “Sustainable travel will be a priority, particularly with all the opportunities for using public transport, cycling and walking because of our city centre location in the heart of Glasgow; energy, ...
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23Nov

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15Nov

Camden Council 15/11/2017

Camden charities bag £5,000 from recycling residents

Five Camden charities received a total of £5,000 from Camden Council’s recycling rewards scheme recently.

The scheme – which rewards Camden residents for recycling and encourages them to recycle more – has been running for a year and is managed by Local Green Points. Every six months, a pot of £5,000 is divided between five Camden charities. Scheme members vote for the charity they want to win the ‘green points’ they earn by recycling. This is the second time this year that £5,000 that has been divided between the charities.

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