Building a Workplace Wellbeing Strategy
The WHO definition of a healthy workplace is as follows:
‘A healthy workplace is one in which workers and managers collaborate to use a continual improvement process to protect and promote the healthy, safety and well-being of workers and the sustainability of the workplace’
Health and wellbeing have become a strategic consideration for businesses. There is growing evidence that workplaces have a key role in promoting health and well-being among employees. An organisation that is healthy and well is more likely to be productive, innovative and competitive. In order for organisations to develop a workplace well-being strategy, organisations must be clear on their approach to employee wellbeing.
This one day workshop programme is designed to provide participants with the tools to develop a sustainable health and wellbeing programme in the workplace.
Who should attend?
This programme is designed to meet the needs of those with responsibility within their workplace for managing wellbeing at work. Participants will come from a number of disciplines including Health and Safety, Human Resources Management and existing Health and Wellbeing Teams.
On completion of the workshop participants will be able to:
- Understand the background and evolution of Workplace Wellbeing
- Identify the different models of Workplace Wellbeing programmes
- Recognise the benefits of a Wellbeing at Work programme
- Develop key steps and metrics for measuring success of a Workplace Wellbeing programme
- Understand the role of Occupational Health in workplace wellbeing
The workshop runs over a full day. It is highly practicable and interactive in its approach. The workshop provides the tools required to create employee well-being programmes and the opportunity to draft a well-being plan during the session.
|Online, Online||March 5, 2021|| |
|Dublin, Online||April 16, 2021|| |
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Any cancellations received in writing up to 5 days prior to the event are refundable. All bookings are provisional until full payment is received.
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Course Fact File
- Course fee:
Member rate: €385
Non-member rate: €425
* Cost quoted per person
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