Evolution Wellness Thailand inducted into Kincentric Best Employers Hall of Fame 2022

Evolution Wellness (Thailand), the number one leading fitness club business in Thailand which operates popular gyms Fitness First and Celebrity Fitness, was recently inducted into the Kincentric Best Employers Hall of Fame 2022. This honour recognises winners of the Kincentric Best Employer Award for three consecutive years. Evolution Wellness (Thailand) received the Best Employer Award in 2017, 2018, and 2019.

Mr. Mark Elliott Buchanan, Senior Managing Director of Evolution Wellness (Thailand) said, “We are extremely grateful for this honour which is testament to the positive people culture that we have conscientiously built in the close to two decades we have been operating in Thailand, first as Fitness First Thailand and now, Evolution Wellness Thailand. I believe that this is largely driven by our Leadership Philosophy of ‘leading from the front’, and a supportive learning and coaching environment which helps to bring out every individual’s fullest potential.

“I am proud to lead a team of employees who bring our Winning Ways to life and create memorable fitness experiences for our members every single day. Their grit and resilience continue to inspire me,” said Mr. Buchanan. Evolution Wellness (Thailand) operates a network of 34 Fitness First and 3 Celebrity Fitness clubs across Metropolitan Bangkok, outer Bangkok, and Hatyai.

The Kincentric Best Employers Award identifies and recognises organisations which demonstrate outstanding people practices and workplace excellence across four areas namely employee engagement, organisational agility, engaging leadership, and talent focus. This year, sixteen other companies in Thailand received the Best Employer Award, i.e. Advanced Contact Center, Advanced Info Service, American Express (Thailand), Central Marketing Group, DHL Express Thailand, Food Passion, Hi-Way, Kimberly-Clark Thailand, Lotus’s, McThai, Mitr Phol Bio Fuel, Phayathai and Paolo Hospital Group, Robinson Department Store, The Minor Food Group, and Toyota Motor Thailand.

Source: Chomchaviwan