Wednesday 11th June – You are Invited to! Building a Resilient Workforce Workshop

6 Jun

Building a resilient Workforce

Wednesday, 11th June 2014 from 08:00am to 10:15am at Corporate Health, Slough

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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

Resilience is defined as a set of conditions that allow individual adaptation to different forms of adversity, and often characterised as inner strength, fortitude or hardiness. High levels of emotional and physical resilience empower employees to cope better with life events.A resilient individual is able to cope with challenging situations, at work and outside work, to spring back and often succeed against what might seem to be insurmountable odds. Get Involved

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

AGENDA

08:00 am 08:20 am

08:40 am 09:05 am 09:25 am

09:45 am 10:15 am

Registration/ Coffee, Tea

Interactive session: What practices do you have
in your business to build resilience in your workforce?
Brett Edwards Corporate Health

Secondary Mental Health Care Services in Slough

Susanna Yeoman Deputy Locality Director

How a resilient workforce can benefit your business

Helen Wray Mars Chocolate UK

Legal considerations regarding promoting resilience

Lesley Baker – Lambda Mediation & Rajiv Joshi Morgan Cole

Questions & Answers Departure

 

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You are Invited to! Building a Resilient Workforce Workshop – 11th June 2014

30 May

Building a resilient Workforce

Wednesday, 11th June 2014 from 08:00am to 10:15am at Corporate Health, Slough

sww

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

Resilience is defined as a set of conditions that allow individual adaptation to different forms of adversity, and often characterised as inner strength, fortitude or hardiness. High levels of emotional and physical resilience empower employees to cope better with life events.A resilient individual is able to cope with challenging situations, at work and outside work, to spring back and often succeed against what might seem to be insurmountable odds. Get Involved

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

AGENDA

08:00 am 08:20 am

08:40 am 09:05 am 09:25 am

09:45 am 10:15 am

Registration/ Coffee, Tea

Interactive session: What practices do you have
in your business to build resilience in your workforce?
Brett Edwards Corporate Health

Secondary Mental Health Care Services in Slough

Susanna Yeoman Deputy Locality Director

How a resilient workforce can benefit your business

Helen Wray Mars Chocolate UK

Legal considerations regarding promoting resilience

Lesley Baker – Lambda Mediation & Rajiv Joshi Morgan Cole

Questions & Answers Departure

 

You are Invited to! Building a Resilient Workforce Workshop

15 May

Building a resilient Workforce

Wednesday, 11th June 2014 from 08:00am to 10:15am at Corporate Health, Slough

sww

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

Resilience is defined as a set of conditions that allow individual adaptation to different forms of adversity, and often characterised as inner strength, fortitude or hardiness. High levels of emotional and physical resilience empower employees to cope better with life events.A resilient individual is able to cope with challenging situations, at work and outside work, to spring back and often succeed against what might seem to be insurmountable odds.

Get Involved

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

AGENDA

08:00 am 08:20 am

08:40 am 09:05 am 09:25 am

09:45 am 10:15 am

Registration/ Coffee, Tea

Interactive session: What practices do you have
in your business to build resilience in your workforce?
Brett Edwards Corporate Health

Secondary Mental Health Care Services in Slough

Susanna Yeoman Deputy Locality Director

How a resilient workforce can benefit your business

Helen Wray Mars Chocolate UK

Legal considerations regarding promoting resilience

Lesley Baker – Lambda Mediation & Rajiv Joshi Morgan Cole

Questions & Answers Departure

 

Wednesday 14th May – Free HR and Managers seminar – How to deal with employees who suffer a bereavment

10 May

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The Impact of Bereavement in the Workplace – Facilitated by Child Bereavement UK

Aimed at HR Directors/Managers, EAP and Occupational Health personnel, Senior and Line Managers

Wednesday 14th May – From 9:00 to 11:15am at Corporate Health head office, Slough, Berkshire

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Bereavement is one of the most common factors affecting employees’ performance at work, with an estimated one in ten employees affected at any point in time .

Yet a recent report by the Dying Matters Coalition, together with the National Council for Palliative Care and the National Bereavement Alliance, has highlighted that bereaved people in Britain are being failed by a lack of support in the workplace.

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Customer Services Administrator Vacancy – Full Time – Slough

30 Apr

 

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Corporate Health the Occupational Health Charity established in 1947 is recruiting. Based in Slough we are looking for a new Team member.

You will be part of a team responsible for providing efficient and effective administrative service, as well as dealing with customers on a daily basis, enhancing the benefit they gain from the services we provide and maximising potential business.

Together with admin skills gained in a busy environment, you should have experience of providing telephone and email based customer service.

Experience/Skills required:

·         Excellent interpersonal skills and telephone manner

·         Competency with Microsoft Office programmes especially Word and Outlook

·         Accurate keyboard skills and an eye for detail

·         The ability to prioritise and work well under pressure

·         The ability to adapt to change

·         Highly motivated to deliver a robust customer service

·         Previous experience in an administrator role

·         A quick learner

·         Pro-active

·         Can-do attitude

To find out more or apply email your cv to: Recruitment@corporatehealth.co.uk

Please include in your covering letter what “Good Customer Service” means to you.

Strictly no agencies.

 

When bereavement enters the workplace

28 Apr

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Bereavement is one of the most common factors affecting employees’ performance at work, with an estimated one in ten employees affected at any point in time .

Yet a recent report by the Dying Matters Coalition, together with the National Council for Palliative Care and the National Bereavement Alliance, has highlighted that bereaved people in Britain are being failed by a lack of support in the workplace.

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Free HR Seminar – Impact of Bereavement in the Workplace

17 Apr

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Wednesday 14th May – From 9:00 to 11:15 am

Corporate Health head office, Slough, Berkshire
Aimed at HR Directors/Managers,  Senior Managers  and Occupational Health personnel.

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Book Your Free Place Now

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Corporate Health is a charity that has been providing Occupational Health services since 1947. Our charitable objects support training and the improvement of employee wellbeing. We are pleased to deliver another free educational seminar to HR.

Open to all you don’t have to be a customer to attend.

Bereavement has the potential to impact on performance in the workplace, with an estimated one in
ten employees affected at any point in time (McGuinness, 2009), and one study showing that 44% of
organisations experienced an increase in sick leave following bereavement (IHF, 2006). It can result in
loss of productivity and higher incidences of job-related injuries and accidents.

Whilst many organisations are compassionate towards bereaved employees, managers face
the challenge of striking a balance between a supportive workplace and accountability for job
responsibilities. An informed approach, which supports a bereaved employee with sensitivity,
understanding and flexibility, is likely to mitigate the potential for increased absence and decreased
productivity, improve staff morale and maintain positive working relationships with those affected.
The aim of this session is to provide an understanding of the potential impact of loss and grief in the
workplace, along with practical ideas to build a work environment where people can be supported to
deal effectively with issues of grief and bereavement whilst continuing to make an effective contribution
to the organisation.

The session will be facilitated by Ann Chalmers, Chief Executive of Child
Bereavement UK, a national charity with over 20 years experience in
supporting families and educating professionals.

AGENDA
9:00 – Registrations and refreshments
9:15 – Presentation facilitated by Ann Chalmers,
Chief Executive of Child Bereavement UK
10:15 – Q&A- Interactive session
11:15 – End of the session

VENUE
Corporate Health
The Buckingham Centre
30, Bradford Road
SL1 4PG, Slough

Book Your Free Place Now

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