Seetec Pluss will be presenting a new Health and Wellbeing event for employers to address the current topic of the great resignation, providing industry led information, first- hand experience and practical solutions which will support a happy and healthy workforce for all businesses.
Boost your employee experience and join Seetec Pluss for this free online webinar where the exciting panel of specialised employers will explore: The importance of health and wellbeing at work, How to improve employee retention and How to reduce presenteeism and resignation. Attendees will also hear from a Seetec Pluss participant who will share their unique health and wellbeing journey into work.
The event will take place virtually during World Wellbeing Week on Tuesday 21st June 1-2.30pm. To register your business and book a place visit- https://healthandwellbeingatwork.eventbrite.co.uk
To watch on the day – www.watchchaos.tv
The speakers are as follows:
Adur & Worthing Council A two government bodies, Adur District Council and Worthing Borough Council who operate under a joint management structure. The Council is based in Shoreham-by-Sea and offers a wide range of public services across the local authority district. Adur & Worthing Councils –
Investors in People An accreditation people management CIC and have been making work better for organisations across the world since 1991. They have worked in 66 countries, making work better for over 11 million people worldwide. Investors In People
Apex HR A forward-thinking HR Partners firm providing HR and Data Protection compliance and support to drive organisation success and improvement. APEX HR
Livewell Southwest An independent, award-winning social enterprise providing integrated mental health service for people across Plymouth, South Hams and West Devon, as well as some specialist services for people living in parts of Devon and Cornwall. Livewell Southwest
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) A UK charity With over 150 years’ experience of working together with blind and partially sighted people. They offer information, support and advice to almost two million people in the UK with sight loss. RNIB – See differently