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Mybenefitsatwork webinars for clients: new features
22
JUL
2019

Mybenefitsatwork webinars for clients: new features

Venue
Online
Date
22 July 2019
Times
10:00 - 11:00
Cost
£0.0 per person
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Mybenefitsatwork webinars for clients: new features


We are running a series of webinars for clients to showcase the new features of Mybenefitsatwork, which has evolved over time. The new features will not only help employees see the value of their benefits but will also set them on the right path to become more financially resilient.

To explain the changes and ensure you are making the most of your portal, we are running webinars to:

  • demonstrate how Total Reward Statements work;
  • introduce the new Financial Wellbeing Hub;
  • remind you of the different ways your employees can securely log in for easy access; and
  • recap all the features that can help you measure results and get your workforce more engaged: HR dashboard, analytics, pension calculator and user guides.

Choose your session and reserve your spot today!


Workplace Financial Wellbeing webinars
31
JUL
2019

Workplace Financial Wellbeing webinars

Venue
Webinar
Date
31 July 2019
Times
10:30 - 11:30
Cost
£0.00 per person
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Workplace Financial Wellbeing webinars


Darren Laverty, Financial Wellbeing Strategist and founder of the LinkedIn Group, Workplace Financial Wellbeing, will be holding monthly interactive webinars looking to share best practices, ideas, resources, opinions and strategies around employee wellbeing.  In these series of webinars Darren will share with you:

  • The single biggest mistake being made by almost every employer;
  • The 2 free takeaways from this training that will get you started;
  • The 3 things you must know about your situation to construct an effective strategy;
  • The 4 pillars that are the official definition of financial wellbeing; and
  • The 5 steps to creating an effective workplace financial wellbeing strategy.

Click here to sign up to the next webinar.

 


Workplace Financial Wellbeing Conference
19
SEP
2019

Workplace Financial Wellbeing Conference

Venue
The Royal Automobile Club, London
Date
19 September 2019
Times
09:00 - 13:00
Cost
£FREE per person
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Workplace Financial Wellbeing Conference


The Workplace Financial Wellbeing Conference is taking place on Thursday 19th September at the Royal Automobile Club in London. This half day morning event brings together industry experts and thought leaders all sharing their knowledge and expertise to provide you with information and practical solutions on financial wellbeing in the workplace.

You are guaranteed to leave this event feeling empowered, with ideas and strategies to improve and enhance the financial wellbeing of your employees.

The full speaker line-up for the day will be announced shortly.

Lunch will be provided, and attendees will also be awarded a CPD certificate after the event.

Book your place here.

Photos and video may be taken at our events to use online and help to promote future events. If you do not wish to not be photographed or videoed, please let us know prior to the event starting.


Wellbeing Forum
26
NOV
2019

Wellbeing Forum

Venue
Foster Denovo, 8 Eastcheap, London, EC3M 1AE
Date
26 November 2019
Times
13:00 - 16:00
Cost
£FREE per person
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Wellbeing Forum


There are more people than ever struggling with their finances and suffering with some form of financial worry or stress. So, as an employer, how can you make sure you’re supporting your employees’ mental and financial wellbeing?

This half day event offers an insight in to the main areas of wellbeing, where speakers will share with you key strategies, ideas and practical tips that can be implemented, whether you already operate a wellbeing programme, or if you’re looking at one for the first time.

Our guest speaker for this event will be announced shortly.

Book your place now.

Photos and video may be taken at our events to use online and help to promote future events. If you do not wish to not be photographed or videoed, please let us know prior to the event starting.


Mental Health First Aid Course
29
NOV
2019

Mental Health First Aid Course

Venue
Foster Denovo, 8 Eastcheap, London, EC3M 1AE
Date
29 November 2019
Times
09:00 - 16:00
Cost
£250 per person
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Mental Health First Aid Course


Employers are increasingly understanding the need to support their workforce with mental ill health and promote wellbeing in the workplace.  One of the ways employers are doing this is through mental health first aid courses and equipping HR and line managers so they are able to recognise the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues, and how to tackle these within the workplace.

Join us at our next two day, interactive Mental Health First Aid course on Friday 29th November and Monday 2nd December, where you’ll learn:

  • how to spot the early signs of a mental health problems;
  • feel confident in helping and managing employees who are experiencing problems;
  • provide help on a first aid basis;
  • help stop a mental illness from getting worse;
  • help your employee(s) recover faster;
  • put the right kind of support in place and guide your employees to the right support; and
  • reduce the stigma of mental health problems.

By attending this course you will also gain valuable insight in to how you could reduce sickness absence and how to support your employees staying in, or returning to work.

Here is Jane Cattermole, Workplace Mental Health Consultant from JCTC with further details about the course.

The cost to attend this course is £250.00 per person.   This covers two full days of training, refreshments, and on completion you will receive your own comprehensive Mental Health First Aid manual, workbook and Mental Health First Aider certificate.

Photos and video may be taken at our events to use online and help to promote future events. If you do not wish to not be photographed or videoed, please let us know prior to the event starting.


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