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Grant Thornton launches well-being challenge

Staff around the globe don pedometers

Grant Thornton is encouraging its staff to get out and walk around more in
its Global Corporate Challenge.

Teams of seven employees will wear pedometers for 125 days and attempt to
cover 10,000 steps each per day. Fifty-one teams totalling 357 people will take
part, according to Employee Benefits UK.

Each day, teams will record the total number of steps each day into a
website, which will convert the number of steps into miles travelled across the
globe.

Teams can track each other’s progress across the globe. :The aim is to get
people to exercise more and develop a healthy habit that they can continue long
after they have finished the challenge, head of Corporate Responsibility
Margaret Bowler told Employee Benefits.

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