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31 May 2011

BSG the 'healthiest' company in SA

In a survey of 101 top companies in the country, Business Systems Group (Africa) was awarded the prize of overall winner of the Discovery Health Sunday Times Healthy Company Index.

In a survey against 101 of the top companies in the country, Business Systems Group (Africa) (BSG) has been awarded the prize of overall winner of the Discovery Health Sunday Times Healthy Company Index, and also won the Least Smoking and Best Shape Category of the competition.

The Index is the first survey of its kind to find out how healthy South African companies are, and award those companies that have taken the initiative to keep their employees healthy and offer them a healthy environment to work in.

“Winning this award, in addition to our consistently excellent performance in the Deloitte Best Company To Work For awards, shows that we provide an exceptional platform  and productive environment for our staff to work in, that allows them to assist our clients to make significant improvements and changes to their business through technology and people on a daily basis” says Jurie Schoeman, Client Engagement Executive for BSG (Africa).

BSG’s healthy company ethos is supported by all in the company and receives full support from their Chief Executive Officer, Greg Reis. He not only competes in all of the events in the Triseries, but is also a passionate runner having taken part in his 2nd Comrades Marathon this past weekend, and could be referred to as the Chief Endurance Officer of the company.

  • Healthiest company
  • Healthiest Workplace
  • Greatest Health Knowledge
  • Highest Motivation to Improve Health
  • Healthiest Eating Habits
  • Best Shape (BMI)
  • Most Physically Active
  • Most smoke-free company
  • Most Conducive Working Environment

 
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