Healthy Working Lives Conference 2020 *POSTPONED*

The annual Healthy Working Lives Conference is Northern Ireland’s leading workplace health event, attracting 150+ HR professionals to explore the opportunities and challenges of putting employee wellbeing at the centre of their business. It offers a unique platform for companies committed to supporting employee wellbeing in the workplace.

  • Date:

    20 Mar 2020

  • Time:

    8:30 am - 1:00 pm

  • Location:

    Clayton Hotel, 22 Ormeau Avenue, Belfast BT2 8HS

  • Price:

    BITC member (£55 + VAT) Community/Voluntary Group (£55 + VAT) Non-member (£75 + VAT)

* The Healthy Working Lives Conference 2020 has been postponed until a later date. Please visit the news section of our website for updates on our calendar of events.*

A healthy, happy and engaged workforce drives sustainable performance and productivity benefiting employers, employees, customers and makes communities more resilient.

This event will focus on taking a preventative whole-person, whole-system approach to health and wellbeing that gives employers and employees collective responsibility.

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Keynote speaker is Dr Wolfgang Seidl, Head of Health Management Consulting EMEA at Mercer Health & Benefits, Mercer

The event will feature a busy Wellbeing Expo with themed exhibitor zones aiming for a minimum of eight exhibitors per zone featuring experts who will guide delegates on the key aspects of wellbeing and provide help and information on:

  • Physical and mental health
  • How you can create healthy workspaces that are restorative and enriching for both physical and mental health
  • Making the case for wellbeing at work
  • Embedding wellbeing into an organisation’s culture, taking a whole person approach
  • Tackling the stigma of mental ill health

The programme is designed to ensure the Wellbeing Expo is a key feature of the conference, with time built into experience what each Zone and exhibitor has to offer.

For more information, please contact Deirdre Morrissey on or call (028) 9046 0606.