HR Seminar: Building the wellness workplace

SA Law presents an essential event on what has fast become a key competitive battleground for employers. As the UK employment market continues to shrink, workplace wellbeing has been upgraded from ‘nice to have’ to critical strategy for employers.

Wellbeing in the workplace has been around for a while, with many early-adopter organisations championing innovative ways of improving employee health and happiness. The benefits of doing so are undisputed, including enhanced productivity and employee retention, reduced sickness absence, and better customer engagement.

Employee wellbeing is no longer the ‘nice to have’ domain of rich tech companies and cool creative agencies. Today’s candidates want assurances that wellness is a defining principle of an organisation’s culture, and more and more boardrooms are waking up to the benefits that wellness generates for the bottom line.

SA Law has teamed up with experts in the field to give you an opportunity to learn how to introduce or enhance your wellbeing strategy. Employee engagement and wellbeing advisers Lifeworks will explain the value and building blocks of a wellness workplace. We will also be joined by London-based insurance firm Centor, which has recently undertaken a wellness workplace journey that earned them a London Healthy Workplace Charter.

The session will look at:

  • Methods for understanding your organisation’s wellbeing needs
  • How to generate tangible change with the right holistic wellbeing strategy
  • Barriers to implementation, including winning hearts and minds
  • How to measure the impact of a wellbeing strategy

The event will give you an opportunity to put your questions to the panel of wellbeing experts and network with professionals in a relaxed environment.

Click here to book your place. 

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