The importance of employee well-being in the workplace and practical issues for employers to consider

Webinar | Employment

About This Webinar

Tuesday 21 September, 9:30 - 10:30 BST

Research shows that poor employee well-being can affect physical, mental and social well-being, which can result in poorer job performance, short-term decision-making, a reduced ability to concentrate, absenteeism and lower productivity.

In this joint webinar with Brewin Dolphin, we will look at factors to consider in order to promote good health and wellbeing in the workplace which can boost employee engagement and organisational performance.

We will cover:

  • Stress at work – practical considerations for employers

  • Managing sickness absence in the workplace (or remotely)

  • Reasonable adjustments needed – disability discrimination?

  • Supporting employees’ families in cases of bereavement

  • Financial wellbeing and the consequences of not having a financial wellbeing programme

This is a live event and there will be an opportunity for questions and answers on the day; if you wish, you may also forward your questions in advance to

Who Should Attend

HR and finance directors and professionals, business owners and senior managers with responsibility for people management and payrolls.

Our Speakers

Guest Speaker

Ian Cooper
Divisional Director – Investment Management, Brewin Dolphin

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