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Building a business case for wellbeing


Having a healthy and high performing workforce is vital to success in an increasingly competitive business world. But all too often wellbeing isn't viewed as a boardroom issue.

The latest HR Lunchtime Debate, in association with Unum, explores why and discusses what HR directors can do to change it.

Themes explored will include why employee wellbeing matters to organisations, how HR directors can best create a robust business case for wellbeing, and what CEOs are looking for in an employee wellbeing strategy.

You can take part in the debate through our interactive technology, with onscreen research providing statistical data, feedback and insight as well as asking your questions to our experts.

The debate takes place LIVE on 24 June 2015 at 13.00. To register to watch, click here.

Our panel of experts includes:

  • Stephen Bevan, director of the Centre for Workforce Effectiveness, The Work Foundation 
  • Matt Freeland, senior HR director (European snacks category supply chain), PepsiCo 
  • Anthony Douglas, CEO, Cafcass
  • Joanne Abate, assistant vice president of global health management, Unum

To register for the LIVE HR Lunchtime Debate on 24 June 2015 at 13.00, click here.