Employees who have healthier lifestyles at work are more likely to reduce their absence rate and be much more motivated at work. This year’s Employee Well-being conference has been especially designed to offer HR, OH and Health and Well-being professionals the chance to discover the strategic and practical elements of implementing Well-being programmes, as well as giving you the skills needed to boost Well-being and create a healthy culture in your own organisation.
Symposium Events Employee Well-Being Forum 2011 will feature best practice case studies from leading employers such as Goldman Sachs, Research in Motion and American Express to name but a few.
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The “Employee Wellbeing Forum 2011″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Build the Business Case for Wellness and Get Buy-in
Patrick Watt, Executive Director Goldman Sachs
Defining Employee Well-Being
Dr Bridget Juniper Director Work and Well-Being Ltd
Managing Well-Being: Legal Perspective
Tim Woodward, Employment Partner Bond Pearce
Corporate Well-Being The Strategic Imperative
Marcus Powell, M.D Corporate Wellbeing Nuffield Health
Embed Healthy Lifestyles through Well-Being Strategies
Ella Weston Health and Wellness Specialist Research In Motion (RIM)
Engagement between Personal Life and Work Life
Simon Millward, HR Business Advisor East Coast Main Line Company
Apply Consistency across Well-Being Strategies
Gill Crowther Director of HR Nominet UK
Manage Mental Well-Being and Stress at Work
Sara Varo, Human Resources Manager Enterprise Rent-A-Car