The specialized channel for talent and human resources, Digital HR, has awarded Ferrovial’s health and well-being program the Health and Business Award.
For Ferrovial, the health of its employees comes first and foremost. This is why special emphasis has been placed on the global corporate strategy for Safety, Health, and Well-Being in recent years. Through the HASAVI program, which focuses on our professionals’ physical, mental, social, and financial health, this plan won the “Health and Well-Being Award” from Digital HR.
The gala for the eighth year of these awards was held on December 15 in Madrid. Belén Viscasillas, the head of Health and Well-Being at Ferrovial, received this award on behalf of the company. In her acceptance speech, Belén remarked that,
“We've been working very hard for a long time but even more so in recent years. This confirms that we're on the right path and encourages us to keep doing what we do best: improving the lives of our employees”
Seur, Adecco, and Inditex among the winners
Second place went to the Seur company, and third went to atSistemas. The jury consisted of a dozen HR directors from major companies, and they also mentioned Adecco, Generali, and Red Cross projects. Begoña López-Cano, the General Director of People at Inditex, was recognized as “Best S&B Manager of the Year.”
Interview with Belén Viscasillas
Below is the full interview with Belén Viscasillas, where she explains Ferrovial’s Health and Wellbeing strategy on the Digital HR TV program ‘Coffee Break.’