Occupational health and wellbeing
Sarah-Jane Georges and Allen Liedkie from drama-based behaviour change company Steps join us to discuss the best ways to develop behaviours to build resilience within HR during ongoing uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Richard Martin, from the employment relations and HR training provider byrne-dean, joins us to discuss managing mental health wellbeing.
With workforces and workplaces facing unparalleled challenges, Dr Barbara Mariposa takes us through the possible impact of the coronavirus pandemic on employees' mental health and wellbeing.
Helen Rice-Burchall outlines the steps employers can take to support employees experiencing symptoms of the menopause.
In this webinar, employee benefits and pensions consultant Maggie Williams demystifies financial wellbeing.
Uxshely Chotai, a qualified lawyer, psychotherapist and trainer who delivers mental health training with byrne-dean, discusses the practical steps that a line manager can take to create a working environment that is conducive to good mental health.
Darren Newman discusses tricky sickness absence related issues, including the relationship between sickness absence and disability discrimination, and the steps you can take to support an employee's return to work.
Geoff McDonald, a keynote speaker and business transformation consultant, provides a series of practical take-aways to promote mental and emotional health effectively in your workplace.
Our expert speakers draw on real-life cases to demonstrate the successes and difficulties of putting in place pragmatic support for mental health.
Promoting mental wellbeing at work is crucial not only to the health of your workforce, but ultimately the success of your business. A lack of support and understanding around mental health can lead to increased sickness absence, raised staff turnover and a loss of productivity.
Podcasts and webinars: HR and legal information and guidance relating to occupational health and wellbeing.
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