THE ORGANISATIONAL IMPACT OF EMPLOYEE WELL BEING ON PRODUCTIVITY.
As the productivity of the UK’s workforce continues to be an increasingly growing talking point on the political and public sector agenda, it appears that employers are still failing to see the link between employee wellbeing and productivity. Significant evidence exists supporting the link between wellbeing at work and productivity – with wellbeing including physical health and mental wellbeing. However too often ‘health’ is seen as a cost, rather than an essential investment. Investing in a health-promoting workplace may be part of genuine corporate social responsibility, but the non-believers need to be engaged by clarifying the difference that good health can make. Leadership is essential to embedding health within an organisation, as strong leadership will bring wellbeing into wider business practices, and both education and training are necessary to create and promote a culture of wellbeing.
This luxury learning experience offers a full day of thought leadership workshops, business meetings, networking dinners and the latest industry information and research materials for the invited senior HR practitioners who represent their organisations to solve their latest business challenges.