Dr Josh Jackman
In this session, our speakers will take you through the latest academic research definitively showing that improving employee happiness will drive enhanced productivity. They will then address the natural next question, “What drives happiness?”, by showcasing ART’s unique dataset to unveil the key drivers that are underpinned by the wellbeing fundamentals. You’ll leave this session with practical takeaways for how to improve your employees’ happiness and productivity at work, as well as a business case for investment in workplace wellbeing, to enable your organisation’s financial success.
Working parents and parents-to-be make up approximately a third of the workforce. The burn-out amongst working mothers in particular is at crisis point – leading to record numbers of women leaving their careers to look after family. This practical workshop will outline some simple and effective things that we as organisations can do to make sure working parents feel supported, confident and productive.
- The 3 key struggles of being a working parent today – financial, logistical and mental
- How the confidence and wellbeing of working parents impacts everyone in the business
- The business case and why working parents unlock the key to improving your gender pay gap
In the aftermath of the global pandemic, never before has employee mental health and wellbeing been so high on the organisational agenda. Yet, in spite of increasing budgets and endless options in the market, many organisations struggle to put in place approaches that are both effective and sustainable. This workshop will explore how employers can challenge the status-quo to reimagine their approach to workplace mental health and wellbeing.
Join us for an engaging discussion and actionable insights on:
- The future landscape of mental health and wellbeing in the workplace
- What organisations need to consider to future-proof their approach to employee mental health and wellbeing
- Practical approaches that all employers can use to reimagine their workplace wellbeing efforts