In light of everything that has happened over the last year – wellbeing in the workplace is becoming increasingly important for organisations as workers have had to adapt dramatically to new ways of working.
But what is wellbeing?
What does it involve?
And what are the business benefits of workplace wellbeing?
The BSC believe that no one should be injured or made ill through their work and wellbeing in the workplace is key to achieving this. As a not-for-profit organisation, BSC feel organisations should be given the tools to address wellbeing in the workplace. To help organisations navigate their way through wellbeing, BSC is hosting a Wellbeing in the Workplace Conference; FREE to attend for any organisations interested in developing and implementing a wellbeing strategy.
When: Tomorrow, 20 January 2021
Time: 10am – 4:40pm
Where: Remote via GoToWebinar
Wellbeing in the Workplace Conference will address key areas of wellbeing for workers and provide insights from leading experts to help define and embed wellbeing into organisational culture and highlight how it can improve overall performance.
Register below for the FREE event.
For more information visit the BSC website.
- The Business benefits of managing wellbeing for organisations
- Professor Sir Cary Cooper
- Leading in an age of disruption: balancing direction with connection
- Ian Byrne, CEO, Living Systems
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Thames Tideway
- Hetal Gandhi, Chair of the Race Equality Group
- Mary MacInnes – Chair of Ability Action Group
- Adam Smith – Chair of LGBTQ+ Group
- Arlette Cole – Chair of Gender Equality Group
- What is wellbeing?
- Professor Dame Carol Black
- The impact of 2020 on wellbeing at work and the challenges from new ways of working
- Mike Clancy, General Secretary, Prospect
- Building the business case and strategy; understanding your data
- Stephen Haynes, Head of Programme, Think Talk Together
- Embedding wellbeing into an organisations culture
- Mark Ormond, Managing Director, Tribe
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