The Holly Private Hospital wins big at the 2019 UK Employee Experience Awards

The Holly Private Hospital was celebrating yesterday after winning the 2019 UK Employee Experience Awards.

The award-winning hospital beat off stiff competition from over 40 finalists to take home three Gold Awards:

  • WINNER: Employee Engagement – Reward & Recognition
  • WINNER: Employee-Centric Company – Employees at the Heart of the Company
  • WINNER: Innovative Employee Engagement

In a thrilling highlight the hospital was also presented the OVERALL WINNER award for receiving the highest marks across all entrants in the UK Employee Experience Awards.

Speaking about the achievement, Hospital Director David Henderson said, “We are absolutely thrilled to once again be recognised in the UK Employee Experience Awards. Over the past few years we’ve really been focussing on how we can create exceptional employee experiences for our staff so they in turn can deliver exceptional healthcare experiences for our patients, and this work has been recognised today. A huge well done and thank you to all our Holly team who work hard every day to deliver exceptional healthcare to our patients.”

Over 40 finalist including HSBC,, Centrica and Jaguar Land Rover competed in live presentations sharing leading examples of great employee experience practices.

About the UK Employee Experience Awards

Now in its 5th year, the UK Employee Experience Awards (UKEXA) is growing rapidly. The awards recognise and celebrate the excellent employee reward, retention, and support measures organisations undertake to develop a productive workforce and strengthen the company from within. The UKEXA is a vehicle for sharing best practice and enables the organisations who enter to promote continuous improvement, learning, and personal development.

The awards have recently been accredited with the Gold standard in the Awards Trust Mark scheme from The Independent Awards Standards Council, meaning they meet the highest standard in the areas of scoring, feedback, transparency and judging.

Date: 16/05/2019