Improving the health and wellbeing of your employees is well known to have a positive impact on business culture, absenteeism rates, attrition rates, profitability and how your company is viewed by prospective employees and customers.
But how do you go about it? How do you improve an existing wellbeing program, and show additional ROI from it? Where do you start in designing and implementing a program that will have maximum benefit for your business and employees, and justify the cost? And which areas of health and wellbeing do you focus on?
The Corporate Health & Wellbeing Summit in October addresses all of these issues and many more.
Jessica Rowe OAM, honoured with an Order of Australia for her work in broadcasting and mental health advocacy will address the fundamental factors needed for flourishing mental health, as well as getting buy-in at all levels of the business. Joining Jessica will be Dr Evelyn Field OAM, who has spent more than 40 years dealing with workplace bullying.
The Summit will also focus on diversity, innovation, growth and the link between employee wellbeing and profitability, with speakers such as business commentator Narelle Hooper and international health expert Tim Bean. And putting it all into practice will be case studies from Australia Post and Mars Inc.
Ultimately, the Summit is all about boosting the health and wellbeing of your employees and boosting the bottom line of your company. Maximising health and wellbeing of staff and business culture is a win for everybody.
For full program details, early bird rates and group discounts, visit the Summit website at www.thinktankmedia.net.
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