Would you like to win an Extra Day’s Paid Annual Leave?
Is there a Netflix series you just can’t wait to binge on? Do you need to take a day to shop for your holiday essentials? Well here’s your chance to win an EXTRA day’s annual leave and it’s all for a good cause too.
GOAL has been running Duvet Day for five years now and 2019 is shaping up to be another great year for the Irish humanitarian organisation. On Duvet Day, employers raffle off an extra day’s paid holiday to all employees. This year, Duvet Day is April 11th but GOAL is encouraging business to fit Duvet Day into their schedules and will offer support in organising the event at another time that suits you and your colleagues best.
Get involved today - it couldn’t be easier! Simply register your interest with GOAL HERE and you will receive your online fundraising pack. Employees just need to pay €10 to enter and be in with the chance of winning an extra day off- a Duvet Day.
It is a great way to increase staff morale and positivity in the workplace around Ireland’s National Workplace Wellbeing Day on April 12th. National Workplace Wellbeing Day has also been running for five years and looks to promote physical and mental health in workplaces throughout Ireland.
For more information contact Jane Keenan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Goal was established in Dublin in 1977 by journalist John O’Shea. Over the past 41 years, GOAL has responded to almost every natural disaster in the world to provide humanitarian aid and assistance. GOAL currently works in 13 countries worldwide including: Niger; Honduras; Haiti; Ethiopia; Syria; Zimbabwe; Malawi; South Sudan; Sudan; Turkey; Iraq; Uganda and Sierra Leone.
Written by Jane Keenan
About Office Worker Health:
Brian Crooke is a wellness consultant, speaker and trainer specialising in the auditing, development and delivery of workplace wellness programmes (such as Corporation Transformation) for Irish companies through his Office Worker Health business. He is also the founder of the Workplace Wellness Ireland community. In his spare time he is bringing free resistance training to every county and community in Ireland through his parkHIIT project