BP’s workforce gets down and dirty for charity

from BP’s employee engagement team swapped the office for the great outdoors
last week, getting their hands dirty in the name of charity. Eight managers
helped build a miniature river at Lavender Pond Nature Park in London as part
of a conservation initiative for children. The Green Team Event was organised
by the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers, and the site will now be used
as an educational resource by local organisations. Ramilla Shah, head of
community affairs and staff engagement at BP, said the scheme had helped build
morale as well as developing a worthwhile resource for the community. "It
was a chance to do something constructive and get to know colleagues on a more
informal basis," she said.

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