The initiative, which is fully funded by Conservatory Outlet, aims to reward staff and encourage them to lead a cleaner lifestyle in the New Year and beyond
(PRWEB) December 14, 2011
On 5th January 2012, Wakefield home improvement company Conservatory Outlet will be hosting a special ‘Stop Smoking Day’ for 20-30 of its employees.
As the leading supplier of conservatories and double glazing in the UK they know how important it is to have a fit and healthy workforce. The initiative, which is fully funded by Conservatory Outlet, aims to reward staff and encourage them to lead a cleaner lifestyle in the New Year and beyond.
The inspiration for this special one-off event came after one of the directors of the business went on a course lead by EasyWay (http://www.theeasywaytostopsmoking.com/ ) outside of work and successfully stopped smoking. They are hoping that with the help of Conservatory Outlet and Easyway many others will be encouraged to follow suit.
Easyway was founded by London-born Allen Carr who quit smoking after 33 years as a hundred-a-day chain smoker. Since then the Easyway method has helped millions of smokers across the globe to stop smoking and escape from nicotine addiction.
According to the NHS around 21% of the UK population smokes and although the number of people with a nicotine habit has decreased sharply over the past 20-30 years there is still a lot of work to be done to bring that figure down further.
The ‘Stop Smoking Day’ will be hosted by Conservatory Outlet at the home of Rugby League side Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and attended by all office staff/factory staff/ sales staff at the orangery firm.