Spark by Bruntwood Works: Wellbeing at Work – Looking After Your People

22nd April 2021, 5:55 pm

REGISTER HERE    Tuesday April 27th, 10:00AM

Now, more than ever, employers have a responsibility to look after the wellbeing of their employees. This goes beyond simple duty of care, and if done right has the opportunity to increase satisfaction, retention and productivity within your team.

But how do you make sure that your efforts go beyond a “tick box exercise”?

Many organisations invest time, money and effort into employee assistance programmes and benefits packages that see limited take up or engagement from their colleagues.

This informal panel conversation will run as an open and honest conversation about what works, and what doesn’t, and how you can create a wellbeing offering that adds genuine value to your staff. We will discuss the wider implications on company culture, and the best ways to communicate your package in a genuine way.

Discussion points will include:

  • Learning what your team wants, needs, and expects.
  • Successful surveys and reporting.
  • The types of Employee Assistance Programmes and Benefits Packages on the market.
  • Doing more with less – cost effective solutions for employers
  • Common pitfalls in communication and adoption
  • Best practice examples you can use in your own organisation


(Host) Heather Gray, Bruntwood Works

Andy Romero-Birkbeck. Founder and Director of We Are Wellbeing

Leah Heath, Financial Wellbeing Support Advisor of WorkLife by OpenMoney

Robert Marshall, Managing Director of WorkLife by OpenMoney

Alexia Roberts, Head of People, Bruntwood

About Spark

Sometimes we need some inspiration or a helping hand to spark a great idea. Something that could enhance your product, a better way of working, or even a brand new company. We want to spark your great idea and together, with the right people and tools, we can grow it into something incredible. So that’s why Bruntwood Works has created a Business Support programme of insightful Spark Webinars, one-to-one Spark Advisor sessions, practical Spark Workshops and curated Spark Connections. We’re here every step of the way – you’ve got this!

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REGISTER HERE  Tuesday April 27th, 10:00AM

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