The right health and wellbeing strategy can help organisations lower absence rates, increase productivity and improve employee engagement by showing they put their employees’ needs first.
Workplace health and wellbeing has been moving up the corporate agenda as more and more businesses now recognise the benefits of taking care of their employees. The pandemic has had a huge impact on how we are working and increased awareness of the importance of caring for employees’ mental health but it makes good business sense to develop and manage a broader, more holistic approach to employees health, safety and wellbeing.
With this is mind, Inspiring Chnage is hostine an online webinar on Wednesday 23 June at 10am to focus on creating happier, healthier, and more resilient workplaces, and will also touch on effective support pathways for people if they do become unwell.
You will hear from experts in their field about:
• The need for an effective wellbeing strategy.
• Solutions designed to improve employee health and wellbeing whilst contributing to better business performance.
• How employers can support those with long term illnesses.
Confirmed speakers include:
• Rachel Suff, Senior Policy Advisor, CIPD and author of CIPD’s Well-Being Report