Healthy Working Lives Online Conference 2020

Employees are facing a range of challenges in the wake of COVID-19, but there are many ways in which companies can support them.

  • Date:

    29 Oct 2020

  • Time:

    9:30 am - 12:45 pm

  • Location:


  • Price:

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

More than ever, employee wellbeing has been front of mind during the past months of coping with the COVID-19 pandemic, with finance and health both coming to the fore. Business in the Community’s Healthy Working Lives Conference will inspire and guide your business on its approach to supporting your employee’s wellbeing to ensure that you are doing enough to support them.

The annual Healthy Working Lives Conference – Northern Ireland’s leading workplace health event – has moved online and will take place on  Thursday 29 October 2020.

A healthy and happy workforce is an engaged one that drives sustainable business performance and productivity.

In 2020, the Healthy Working Lives conference has moved to an online platform. This interactive event for HR professionals, CSR directors and management teams will inspire and guide your organisation on its approach to achieving a whole-person, whole-system health and wellbeing strategy that gives employers and employees collective responsibility for wellbeing that’s good for staff, business and society.

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During this half-day conference, delegates will hear more on the challenges and experiences of our inspirational expert speakers who will provide practical advice and best practice examples of how your organisation can take a whole person, inclusive approach to wellbeing, and support your employees

Breakout sessions exploring physical, mental, social, emotional and financial wellbeing will give attendees the opportunity to ask questions and dive deeper into the specifics of each wellbeing area, and interactive activities will give delegates insights into the challenges and successes of peer organisations across NI, from a wide range of sectors.