The Impact on Employee Experience Award winner focused on the employee experience at the heart of its initiative, by creating the very best environment and services possible to enable employees to be at their best and most productive. This organisation operates leading-edge facilities management that is working to maximise the productive potential of their organisation’s workforce through delivering excellent employee experience.

The winner of this award showed a dedication and focus on the physical environment, the place where employees spend the majority of their time, influencing how they can communicate, collaborate, socialise, manage their health and wellbeing, how they feel and do their job productively.


> Johnson & Johnson, 2020 Workplace Experience Strategy

Johnson & Johnson implemented their 2020 Workplace Experience Strategy (2020 WES) to establish themselves as world leaders in innovation and employee experience, promoting Johnson & Johnson as not just a place to work but actively representing its culture, identity and values through the workplace.

The strategy, which was established in 2015, provides three key workplace standard tools for FM teams and stakeholders to establish best practice across the business, in their quest to become the healthiest workplace in the world by 2020 and to achieve full Leesman+ accreditation across all of its sites by 2020.

These tools put the company’s 130,000 employees at the heart of the business, and have increased employee satisfaction and perceived productivity amongst employees across the company’s over 800 sites worldwide. The tools have also boosted the company’s overall brand identity and helped to attract and retain the best talent, and continue to be improved and developed, as the Johnson & Johnson workplace goes from strength to strength.

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