Join us at UBC fleet on 14th May to give your business a boost!
Building a happy, healthy, productive place to work
Small businesses face enormous challenges in today’s economy and rely on having productive and well-motivated employees. Workplace wellbeing, although a relatively modern term is all about the basic things such as the quality and safety of the physical environment, how people feel about their work, their working environment etc.
According to research by the Reward and Employee Benefits Association (REBA) 2018, 45.2% of respondents had a wellbeing strategy in place and of those without, almost half planned to introduce within 12 months. 72.8% cited high pressure working environments as the biggest threat to employee wellbeing.
The most successful organisations recognise the importance of their workforce's wellbeing and many organisations are now establishing wellbeing initiatives to support this.
This event aims to provide an overview of:
• What is employee wellbeing
• How wellbeing affects businesses
• How wellbeing affects employees
• What is a wellbeing programme
• How an organisation can implement a wellbeing programme
This event is suitable for anyone who wants to understand more about wellbeing at work and some of the steps they can take to improve productivity, morale and commitment, and to help enhance work-life balance.
Lily Asumadu (MA HRM & Business Partnership)
Lily works with NatWest Mentor as a specialist Employment Law & HR Consultant supporting SME’s with their daily Employment Law & HR issues. Lily delivers HR training on People Management skills, Health & Wellbeing amongst other HR topics.
What to expect:
9.30 Registration & Coffee
9.50 Intro – Sue UBC
10.00 Wellbeing talk from Lilly with Q and A
10.45 NatWest Boost – Amanda Shovelton
11.00 – Informal networking
We look forward to seeing you there.