Healthy Working Lives Conference 2020

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:

    Better Gym Lisnasharrragh, Montgomery Road, Castlereagh, Belfast BT6 9HS

  • Price:

    BITC member (£55 + VAT) Community/Voluntary Group (£55 + VAT) Non-member (£75 + VAT) Exhibition stand: Main exhibitor (*£175+VAT) Charity exhibitor *(£110 + VAT) *includes 2 Delegate tickets

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.

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 deirdre.morrissey@bitcni.org.uk or call (028) 9046 0606.

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