Employee Mental Health And Wellbeing

Employee Mental Health And Wellbeing

In June Director of Sales, Hayley Murfitt, launched the East Anglia Business Webinar series to help businesses mitigate the damage done by the pandemic and plan for the future.

Over 100 individuals from 96 businesses tuned in to Season 1. They heard from 15 different experts on a range of topics, including- virtual recruitment, employment law, recruitment marketing and business planning during COVID-19.

The feedback has been outstanding, and we are proud to be helping businesses adapt and overcome the challenges posed by COVID-19.

We are thrilled to announce Hayley will be returning with season 2 on Tuesday 1 September.

Episode 4: Employee Mental Health and Wellbeing

Poor employee mental health in the UK alone is estimated to cost employers at least £33 billion a year.

If you are looking to review or implement an Employee Wellbeing Programme to provide support for your employees, this webinar is a great place to start.

This week Hayley is joined by Jacqui Kemp, Director at Your People Potential. Jacqui works with organisations to identify their strategic health and wellbeing goals aligning with the core values of the business.

During the session, we will be covering:

  • Obliterating the stigma around mental health
  • Making employee wellbeing a priority
  • How to implement a wellbeing programme and training programmes
  • Supporting employees to reach their potential.

Click below to register and join us for an insightful episode with an interactive Q&A.

Meet The Speakers:

Hayley Murfitt, Director of Sales @ Neaves & Neat

Hayley has worked for Neaves & Neat for over 15 years, placing people into businesses across East Anglia. Hayley is proud to support local businesses as their consistent, long-term recruitment partner and loves supporting people on their job search journey.

 

jacqui Jacqui Kemp, Director @ Your People Potential

Jacqui works with organisations to identify their strategic health and wellbeing goals aligning with the core values of the business. Working with HR professionals and senior business leaders Jacqui develops programmes of training to address skills shortages, whether it is enabling managers to effectively identify and address concerns around mental health and wellbeing, or helping individuals and teams to build resilience, Jacqui always provides a calm, compassionate and respectful approach to the needs of the business and the individuals.