The CIPD’s Health and Wellbeing at Work Report 2021 states that 75% of respondents believe senior leaders have employee wellbeing on their agenda, up from 61% in 2020.
Whether you’re thinking of developing a wellbeing strategy or you already have one that isn’t getting the results you desire, this presentation is for you.
RAND Europe’s Research Leader, Michael Whitmore, has exclusively developed a presentation on workplace wellbeing for us, and we are excited to share this with you!
We’re delighted to give Michael the stage so he can share his findings on workplace wellbeing. This 45-minute presentation is packed with helpful information, including:
The relationship between wellbeing and productivity, such as presenteeism, mental health and sleep
Research-based solutions to improve employee wellbeing
What improved health and wellbeing will look like over time
How you can measure workplace wellbeing and why it’s important
How external support can help your organisation create or refine your wellbeing strategy
All the information in this presentation is based on research conducted by RAND, so you can be sure you’re getting valid, helpful knowledge.
If you’re putting your people’s wellbeing at the forefront of your strategy in 2022, register for this event and tick the box for us to get in touch, so we can talk to you about our wellbeing workshop series, and We invest in wellbeing accreditation.
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Investors in People have been making work better for organisations across the world since 1991. In that time, they’ve worked with over 11 million people and over 50,000 businesses. Because happy people are healthier people, and healthier people are more productive. Productive people are good for business, and in turn, society. See where they’re going with this?