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Employee wellbeing seminar. London, September 2019

Employee wellbeing is something that no organisation can afford to ignore. Making workplace wellbeing a priority not only looks after your staff, it can look after your business as well. Our latest employee wellbeing seminar will look at the role you play as an employer to support your staff's total wellbeing and the impact it can have on your business.

Our expert speakers will help to explore this subject:

  • Rachel Thompson will provide expert insight into your legal responsibilities in an employment law update.
  • Learn how you can support mental wellbeing with our mental health expert, Lorna Feeney.
  • Lee Coles will be guiding you through improving financial wellbeing in the workplace.

Join us in one of London's most iconic buildings, London City Hall in London's Living Room. With spectacular panoramic views of London's ever-changing skyline, it is home to the London Assembly - responsible for making London the strongest it can be, where everyone is able to lead a healthy and fulfilling life.

Seminar details

Location: London City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA

Suitable for: Senior Human Resources and Finance Professionals

CPD: The seminar will qualify for 3 hours' CPD

Cost: FREE!* (including feedback form prize draw entry)

Date: Wednesday 11 September 2019

Timings:

  • Coffee and registration 08:30
  • Seminar commences 09:00
  • Concludes 12:00

Given our expert speakers, agenda and superb venue, demand is likely to be very high and early reservation is strongly recommended.

CLOSING DATE FOR ACCEPTANCES: 30/08/2019

Please read the terms and conditions before booking.

*Cancellations within 5 days, or non-attendance, will be subject to a penalty charge of £25 per delegate.

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Employee Wellbeing Event

Date: Wednesday 11 September

Time: 08:30 - 12:00

Location: London City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA

Price: FREE*

Given our expert speakers, agenda and superb venue, demand is likely to be very high and early reservation is strongly recommended.