Encirc, a significant player in glass container design, manufacturing, and logistics solutions, has pledged to prioritise employee health and wellbeing.

The company has announced its partnership with dara & co, revealing its innovative personalised development platform as a key employee advantage.

The platform acknowledges the relationship between a prospering workforce and business success.

Encirc employs nearly 2,000 individuals across Derrylin, Northern Ireland; Elton, Cheshire; and Avonmouth, Bristol.

Mr. John Thornbury, health and wellbeing partner at Encirc, said: "At Encirc, we believe that our people are our most valuable asset."

He expressed his excitement towards the partnership with dara & co, pinpointing their potential to boost Encirc employees' wellbeing.

He said: "This initiative empowers personal growth, leading to a more engaged, resilient, and productive workforce."

Dara & co uses AI-powered insights along with credible resources to cater to employees' diverse needs.

The platform tackles various personal issues, from low self-esteem and financial anxiety to family conflict, offering insights on how to improve overall mental health.

CEO of dara & co, Ms Naomh McElhatton, said: "We are more than a platform; harnessing AI we provide personalised resources based on the employee’s actual point of need.

"In Encirc, we've found a like-minded organisation that understands the value of investing in the wellbeing of their team."

Encirc, a member of the Vidrala Group, is dedicated to building an affirmative and encouraging work atmosphere where their workforce feels valued.

The dara & co platform epitomises this dedication, furnishing employees with imperative resources and directions to achieve both personal and professional excellence.