Your workforce is a key part of your business, a happy healthy workforce with low staff turnover is something you want to achieve, right?
Keeping your staff in the job: How important is health & wellbeing to your business
Your workforce is a key part of your business, a happy healthy workforce with low staff turnover is something you want to achieve, right? Join us for an interactive session with an expert in her field to find out why health and wellbeing is important to your business.
Retaining good quality staff can seem like an ongoing battle at times, especially with the squeeze on finances, so how do you do it? Join us for some great insights and practical solutions to help keep your staff in the job.
• As business leaders, what keeps you up at night?
• Why is health & well-being at work important?
• What are the requirements when it comes to stress and well-being?
• Practical solutions:
• Secure your own mask
• What does support look like?
About the course deliverer
Gill Austin: Specialist Business Advisor for the Health & Social Care sector with over twenty-five years’ experience working across the health and social care sector in public, private, charity and voluntary services, all aimed at supporting positive changes and improving quality of life. My role with E-Factor is to support clients across the diverse sector that is health and social care, to better understand their needs, help them navigate the challenges they face to continue to grow their business and to help them plan for a successful future.
Ella Stockdale : Ella started out in the mortgage industry in the USA, but after the financial crash of 2008, began building a career focused on helping people. As a specialist advisor for a charity, she worked with many employers facing tribunal claims, most of whom had a poor awareness of their legal duties, or how to tackle organizational issues effectively. Ella wanted to find a better way – where companies could identify, and express their values, treating employees more fairly, and with more care. And so, she began her career in HR as Troubleshooting Business Solutions.
However, after working through the COVID pandemic, it became clear that the world of employment has changed. People understand that they can choose not only who they work for, but how they work. Businesses must adapt to attract employees, offering them a shared vision, greater flexibility, and a better work / life balance. It’s no longer all about the pay check. As a result, Humanity HR was born.
With Humanity HR, Ella is now focusing on banishing workplace stress, and creating work cultures that care, and fully understand and support their people and their needs which in turn will foster employee wellbeing, relationships built on trust, confidence, and the shared vision to achieve growth
No lunch will be provided, however there is a cafe onsite (Buzz Cafe by Waltham Kitchen)
Your Event Eligibility:
Our GAIN workshops are entirely FREE to attend for eligible SMEs in the Greater Lincolnshire area only.
If you haven’t already completed an Expression of Interest Form (EOI) you will be contacted by your local business advisor to complete your registration to the GAIN programme either over the phone or in a 1:1 meeting with you at your convenience. A member of our team will then be able to confirm your event booking.
Should you have any questions then please contact E-Factor on 01472 252780 or at [email protected]
(Wednesday) 09:30 - 12:30
The Enterprise Village Prince Albert Gardens, Grimsby, DN31 3AT