IES Virtual Discussion Group: Auditing your health & wellbeing practices – are they working?

Thu 22 Jul 2021 14:00 to Thu 22 Jul 2021 15:00
Online Event - Exclusively for HR Network members

Event Summary

A chance for HR Network members to discuss how they assess the effectiveness of their wellbeing practices – including the impact on absence, productivity and return on investment

Background

Employers are spending more time, energy and resources on employee wellbeing programmes. However, uncertainty remains about which measures are the most effective and how to assess which ones work best and in which circumstances. This webinar is presented by Stephen Bevan, IES Head of HR Research Development

Topics we will cover:

  • Designing wellbeing programmes to address real problems
  • Collecting ‘baseline’ data
  • Choosing evidence-based interventions
  • Risk assessment
  • Diagnosing implementation problems
  • Investing in what works

Who should attend?

Senior HR professionals with a focus on wellbeing, Occupational Health professionals

How will participants and their organisation benefit from this event?

IES Virtual Discussion Group events are designed to simulate the intimate and interactive experience that you might experience at physical event conference tables. Delegate numbers for these events are intentionally limited to 8 delegates per session, allowing for richer opportunities to hear the latest evidence on ‘what works’ and to share experiences with practitioners in other organisations.

Reserving your space

Full members

Members have one inclusive space at IES virtual discussion groups due to the limited capacity.  If you wish to attend, please advise Emma Stewart-Rigby (emma.stewartrigby@employment-studies.co.uk) by Friday 16th July, to guarantee your place at the event.  After this date, any spare capacity will be offered to members who express interest for any further remaining places.  

Associate members

Associate members do not have any inclusive spaces allocated for IES virtual discussion groups. Spare capacity spaces may be offered to associates on a first come, first served basis after 16th July. If you would be interested in attending one of these sessions, please email Emma Stewart-Rigby (emma.stewartrigby@employment-studies.co.uk) with your expression of interest as soon as possible, as spaces will be allocated in order, based on the date of your expression of interest email.