Innovation Lab series - Workplace Wellbeing
|Date & Time:||26 July 2019 16:00|
|Location:||The Shed at the Digital Greenhouse|
|Register for your free space|
"Research clearly demonstrates the impact of employees' well-being on their interaction with the workplace. Absenteeism, creativity, concentration, engagement, job satisfaction, risk of human error, productivity, performance and resilience against workplace stress are all factors which are known to be influenced by mental, physical and emotional health of your people.
An employee may spend anywhere between 6-9 hours each day in the workplace (up to 60% of their waking day). The wellbeing culture within their organisation is, therefore, a strong contributor and predictor of an individual's overall wellbeing, and this means that it directly impacts the health of the organisation too.
This might not currently be at the top of your corporate agenda, but as a responsible and engaged employer, there are many things that you can do to train and equip your people with all of the necessary skills that they need to protect and enhance their wellbeing, thereby allowing them to feel and perform at their best in every area of their personal and professional lives."
Join us for this short talk where workplace health & well-being educator Daniel White will share many examples from organisations who have benefitted from putting the health of their employees first, and how you can do the same.
About the Innovation Lab:
Originating from an internal States of Guernsey initiative, these free monthly meet-ups are now open for anyone to attend. The aims of the Innovation Lab are to introduce methods of innovative working through a variety of presentations and workshops, as well as developing a network of like-minded people to discuss ideas and encourage co-working across industries.
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