Back for its 15th successful year, Health and Wellbeing at Work will be virtual this year and addressing some of the most challenging issues for occupational health and HR as we face a totally new world of work. Here’s why you should attend:
- Over 100 hours of CPD talks, discussions and interviews available for the whole week plus on demand for a further 30 days
- An exciting line up of speakers including Ruby Wax OBE, Professor Dame Carol Black DBE, Professor Diana Kloss MBE, Sir Michael Marmot, Psychologist Binna Kandola OBE, HSE’s Sarah Newton, Professor Neil Ferguson, plus thought leaders from Microsoft, Rolls Royce, HS2, Ella’s Kitchen, Bank of England and Brighton and Hove Albion FC
- Join in anywhere, anytime, at your convenience
- Enjoy the many opportunities to network with delegates, visit exhibition stands, relax in our wellness lounge and learn new skills
Register now at www.healthwellbeingwork.co.uk
Download a copy of the programme here https://bit.ly/3qLksFu
We are delighted that Dr Steven Boorman CBE has contributed to the 2021 Trends in Health and Wellbeing at Work Report that has just been released. The good news is that health and wellbeing is set to be the new corporate KPI. Mental health is dominating the agenda, fuelled by the uncertainty of COVID, lockdown loneliness and anxiety about what the future holds. There will be a seismic change in the way we work with employees demanding greater autonomy, flexibility and even different work schedules. A great shift towards health-promoting workplaces is forecast and organisations will have to make a much bigger commitment to sustainability and climate change if they are to attract and retain talent. AI and technology certainly has a role to play not only in how we deliver occupational health but also in enabling OH professionals to move up the value chain. Download your free copy today and be ready for the new world of work.
Download your free copy of the Report here https://bit.ly/3ahUQtB
If you would like to find solutions and see examples of pioneering innovations to address these trends, then make sure you register to attend Health and Wellbeing at Work Week 15-19 March 2021. Download the full conference programme here https://bit.ly/3qLksFu
and register at www.healthwellbeingwork.co.uk
Dr Steven Boorman CBE has contributed to the latest report on Health and Wellbeing at Work Top Ten Trends for 2021.
There is no doubt that 2020 has been both disruptive and transformational but when we consider how COVID-19 has and will continue to impact on the way we work, it feels like the journey has just begun. If we learn nothing else from the crisis, it will be all about the human element. Ensuring there is a balance between protecting the health of people and sustainable economic growth will be a huge challenge for 2021 and beyond, and maintaining the health and wellbeing of the workforce will be central to that. COVID-19 has accentuated the fact that economy and health are completely intertwined. According to Dr Steven Boorman CBE “there is now a huge opportunity to use learning from the crisis to demonstrate the real value that health and wellbeing can add, changing it from being ‘nice to have’ to becoming an essential tool at the heart of every business.”
Find out why health and wellbeing will be the new corporate KPI for 2021. Download your free copy of the Report here https://bit.ly/3ahUQtB
If you would like to find solutions and see examples of pioneering innovations to address these trends, then make sure you register to attend Health and Wellbeing at Work Week 15-19 March 2021. Download the full conference programme here https://bit.ly/3qLksFu and register at www.healthwellbeingwork.co.uk