We all know employee turnover is expensive, demoralising and impacts productivity and that ‘Wellness’ in the workplace now plays a vital part in the support and retention of staff.
An employee well-being strategy will focus on the financial, physical and psychological well-being of your workforce. It should consider immediate support, as well as more long term positive and preventative approaches to help people to thrive at work.
But where do you even start as an SME? Find out the answers to this important question at this webinar where you will hear two experts who will offer their advice on how to start or amplify what you may already have in place.
Kate Pigeon-Owen, CEO of Wellbeing International Ltd., specialises in helping small to medium-sized businesses establish their own Wellbeing Programmes.
She’s carefully chosen a group of dedicated, highly qualified experts who offer a variety of Wellbeing Capsules, Trainings, gender-neutral Workshops and Retreats on the web and face to face covering topics from Parenthood, Sleep, Breathwork, Resilience, to the Menopause.
Led by science Kate believes that her considered blend of both a researched and holistic approach to your team’s wellness is the key to both her and your, success.
Charlotte Bate, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, BA Hons Business and Personnel.
With over 20 year’s experience as an HR Professional, Trainer and Coach, Charlotte has supported Chief Executives, Board of Directors, Entrepreneurs, Business Professionals from global businesses to small family run businesses across a variety of industries by drawing on her wealth of HR expertise and commercial acumen.
With offices in Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex, MAD-HR have grown the company into a Future 50 Class of 2019 and 2022, a finalist in the Suffolk Business Awards 2018, a finalist in the SME National Business Awards for High Growth Business of the Year and judges shortlist for Norfolk Business Award and most recently in 2021, receiving the Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award.