Daniel Cave, Head of Content at HR Grapevine explores how the pandemic has impacted employee wellbeing and how organisations can support and protect their employees – focussing on the latest insights that HR leaders shouldn’t forget.
The holiday firm’s Culture Chief shares what the pandemic has meant for engaging with their people and the kind of benefits that firms now need to be delivering for staff.
The wellbeing of your workforce often dictates whether your organisational culture is healthy or not – with follow on benefits for engagement, productivity, and staff retention if it is.
However, so many factors impact staff wellbeing - highlighted by the experience of the last six months - especially mental wellbeing. Yet empowering employees to keep a check on their mental wellbeing can be the difference.
Getting buy-in from senior leadership to focus on the mental wellbeing of the workforce can be difficult, though – especially when ROI or impact can’t be easily or immediately quantified.
To help, this session will showcase the importance of a proactive approach to mental wellbeing and explore how to secure backing for the investment in the mental wellbeing of your people.
Join to discover:
What factors influence the wellbeing of your people inside and outside of work
How to consider these factors in order to proactively support your people
What can organisations do to secure senior buy-in for the long run
With reports that the UK economy has suffered its biggest slump in over a decade, many organisations will face a difficult time ahead. As budgets are tightened, cost-cutting measures will likely come into play – including the limiting of pay reviews and bonuses as well as a focus from leadership teams on how to minimise company-wide expenses. Organisations need to be creative and innovate, rebounding from limitations to find new ways to support their employees. Join us to learn:
How HR Leaders can be the hero that their people need by looking at their benefits and wellbeing programs to boost employee disposable income and productivity
How to enhance your Employee Value Proposition while extending employee income with a world-class employee benefits programme
How to put employee wellbeing into focus and provide practical support for employees with budget-friendly initiatives
How to maximise usage of your benefits and wellbeing programme by differentiating your communication
In an ever-changing environment, businesses are considering how to get back up and running quickly whilst encouraging customers to interact in the safest possible way. However, a wider set of challenges that companies need to consider include:
MANAGING the wellbeing of employees and customers in new ways
MAINTAINING operations through unprecedented disruption
ACCELERATING the pace of digital transformation
The Vodafone Business / IBM venture can help businesses become more resilient. During this session, panellists will share examples of how both companies are managing the health and wellbeing of employees around the globe, discuss best practices, and reveal how our combined technologies can help your business.
One in six UK couples face fertility challenges and nearly 70,000 IVF treatment cycles are carried out every year. This is a huge burden for many employees, having a detrimental impact on their emotional, physical and financial wellbeing. There is also a surge in demand for single people and LGBTQ+ when it comes to proactively taking care of their reproductive health.
And, at a time when employers are placing greater focus on employee health, HR shouldn’t overlook this crucial piece of the wellbeing puzzle. Therefore we are delighted to host a session that explores the organisational benefits of proactively addressing employee fertility challenges as well as providing inclusive and cost-efficient solutions for them.
Discussion will include:
Why fertility and reproductive health in the workplace remains a taboo
A case for fertility support in the workplace - why is now the time?
How to take the first steps towards building a supportive, open dialogue environment
How an inclusive and cost-effective approach to employee benefits can increase retention, reduce absenteeism and improve productivity in your workforce
Work-Life Blend is a big aspect of wellbeing, particularly for working parents. Recently, the scales have weighed down on both sides with an overload of working and schooling, all played out on camera during lockdown, not to mention the various new and normal pressures of the summer. How do employers help working parents sustain the next phase of the marathon, working around re-opening schools and emerging ways of working while delivering their workload in Q4?
Join us to learn:
What have leading employers done during the pandemic to engage parents of all genders and what will come next?
Gain direct insights from the thousands of working parents we coach and train each year at large, leading employers. What’s on their minds and what do they expect and want from employers as we move into Autumn
Identify how to build a blend of no-cost and low-cost options as well as understanding the trends on larger programmes at a time when culture, purpose and engagement are at a premium, and many working families are exhausted.