Employee Wellbeing Forum 2011 – Documentation

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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.

You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).



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The “Employee Wellbeing Forum 2011″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Build the Business Case for Wellness and Get Buy-in

Patrick Watt, Executive Director Goldman Sachs

Session 2

Defining Employee Well-Being

Dr Bridget Juniper Director Work and Well-Being Ltd

Session 3

Managing Well-Being: Legal Perspective

Tim Woodward, Employment Partner Bond Pearce

Session 4

Corporate Well-Being The Strategic Imperative

Marcus Powell, M.D Corporate Wellbeing Nuffield Health

Session 5

Embed Healthy Lifestyles through Well-Being Strategies

Ella Weston Health and Wellness Specialist Research In Motion (RIM)

Session 6

Engagement between Personal Life and Work Life

Simon Millward, HR Business Advisor East Coast Main Line Company

Session 7

Apply Consistency across Well-Being Strategies

Gill Crowther Director of HR Nominet UK

Session 8

Manage Mental Well-Being and Stress at Work

Sara Varo, Human Resources Manager Enterprise Rent-A-Car

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