| 9th December 2014
In our lifetime we will spend (on average) 99,117 hours at work; that's the same as 12,390 8-hour working days, or 2,478 working weeks, which works out at around 47 years of our life spent at work. This is why it's essential to your well-being to love the job you do and work with people who inspire you. With so much of our precious time spent on-the-job, employers have a duty to create the best possible working environment. By building a team of people who support one-another, who know how to maintain a good work/life balance, and who bring out the best in each other (and themselves), you're well on the way to creating a great place to work.
At Blue Latitude Health, we work within an autonomous environment, with a definite emphasis on support, career progression, and absolutely no micro-management. Our talent team wanted to gain insight into what it is really like to work at Blue Latitude Health, so they asked the whole team to complete an anonymous survey, highlighting the importance of being completely honest.
| 13th April 2017
Co-founder and Managing Director Martin Brass will join a panel of industry speakers at the PM Society event ‘Maximising the agency and procurement relationship in pharma’ on 25th April at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
| 13th February 2017
We are proud to support Rays of Sunshine, the UK charity working with children and young people with serious or life-limiting illness, by developing a creative concept for the #kisses4wishes campaign. The eye-catching campaign launched today in Time Out London as part of its Valentine’s Day edition, in a specially designed gatefold wraparound cover.
| 16th January 2017
Not only was 2016 a milestone year for Blue Latitude Health, we also hired 21 new employees. How are they getting on at BLH, you ask? There’s no one better to explain how they’ve fared in their new roles than our new joiners themselves.