Wellness at work - Improving staff productivity Monday 6th March 2017

Venue:
The Marine Hotel, Sutton
 
Date:
06/03/2017
 
Note:
Monday 6th March 2017
 
Time:
07.30am - 09.30am
 
Category:
Enterprise Week
 

Employee Wellness programmes are often thought of as the preserve of large corporate organisations. But there are lots of inexpensive but effective things that SMEs can do to make their workplace a healthier one and boost employee retention and productivity.

€10
 
 

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Wellness at Work Monday 6th March 2017

Event Name: Wellness at work - Improving staff productivity - Hosted by Howth, Sutton, Baldoyle Chamber

Date: Monday 6th March 2017

Time: 07.30 – 09.30

Location: Marine Hotel, Sutton Cross, Co. Dublin

Description

Imagine how much more productive your business would be if you could reduce sick days and improve the health of your team!

Employee Wellness programmes are often thought of as the preserve of large corporate organisations. But there are lots of inexpensive but effective things that SMEs can do to make their workplace a healthier one and boost employee retention and productivity.

In addition to reducing sick days, employee wellness can boost your staff retention. Research indicates that 7 out of 10 Irish employees are likely to stay longer term with employers who are interested in their well-being.

Howth Sutton Baldoyle Chamber will kick off Local Enterprise Week with a valuable breakfast briefing featuring psychologist Allison Keating and Occupational Health specialist Rita Gilsenan. They will explore how you can introduce simple initiatives in your business to improve both yours and your employees’ health and well-being, leading to greater productivity.

Speaker Profiles

Allison Keating:

Allison Keating has an MSc., in Work and Organisational Psychology, BA in Behavioural Science in Psychology, Certificate in Career Guidance and Adult Counselling. She is also a qualified master Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioner. She has been in business for over a decade at her BWell.ie clinic in Malahide.

Rita Gilsenan:

Rita Gilsenan is a senior Independent Occupational Health Advisor.  She is the founder of aohealth.ie and directs the provision of Occupational Health services.  Based in Oldtown, Co. Dublin Aohealth.ie provides cost effective solutions to meet the needs of small, medium and large enterprises.  Collaborating with key stakeholders, we assess organizational well-being needs and deliver tailor made solutions to benefit both Employer and Employee.

Full breakfast will be provided

 

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