Thames Valley – Don’t miss this Wellbeing event for businesses 5th March 2014

28 Feb

Join the Slough Working Well Team and other businesses from Slough to look at practical ways to promote and deliver a wellbeing programme. A great opportunity to hear from experts and network with other businesses.

Time: 08:00am – 10:00am
Date: Wednesday, 5th March 2014
Venue: Corporate Health, 30, Bradford Road Slough, SL1 4PG

  • Over 30 businesses attended our last event, so make sure you or a representative attends this free event.
  • Local businesses need to be working together as a community
  • Get involved as part of your Corporate Social Responsibility
  •  Make a commitment to Slough Health and Wellbeing is playing an increasingly vital role in ensuring your workforce remains healthy.

In essence it’s about being proactive to prevent health issues and therefore absence arising in the first place. Wellbeing can improve morale, reduce absence levels and stress with the long term aim of improving the general health of the workforce. Research indicates a healthy employee is around 20% more productive than an unhealthy colleague – the equivalent to one day per week!

This event will also be a great opportunity to network, learn, meet key partners and providers of related services and get involved in the Slough business community.

To register, email your name, company name and contact details to Bob Jones (SBCP) at bob@sbcp.co.uk 

  • Registration/ Coffee, Tea Interactive session:
  • What Health & Wellbeing initiatives do you have in your business? Rajiv Joshi – Morgan Cole Slough’s
  • Health & Wellbeing strategy Angela Snowling – Slough Wellbeing Board
  • How a healthier workforce can benefit your business Helen Wray – Mars Chocolate UK
  • The business benefits of adopting Health & Wellbeing practices into your business Wayne Campbell – Healthy Performance Questions & Answers Departure
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