Work, worklessness and wellbeing: Covid19 and beyond

Posted 25.01.2021

The Society of Occupational Medicine with Public Health England wish to support employers and employees to be Covid19 secure to maintain health and wellbeing during the pandemic and beyond.  They also want policy makers to think about key challenges employers and employees are facing during the pandemic and beyond. They are hosting a series of webinars on key issues with follow up briefing sheets for employers, line managers and employees, that can support employee wellbeing, productivity and avoid legal challenge.  The project is guided by a steering group that comprises experts and employers’ organisations.

Who is it for?

  • employers and employees from businesses large and small
  • professionals working in healthcare, public health, occupational health, and human resources
  • policy makers

Webinar dates:

  1. 28th Jan 2-4pm Refreshing your approach to workplace diversity and inclusion post-2020  BOOK YOUR PLACE
  2. 4th Feb 2-4pm Managing job insecurity and creating better quality work BOOK YOUR PLACE
  3. 11th Feb 2-4pm Managing stress, burnout and fatigue in health and social care  BOOK YOUR PLACE
  4. 24th Feb 2-4pm Promoting workplace health and wellbeing in Covid-19 and beyond BOOK YOUR PLACE
  5. 3rd March 2-4pm Developing a Covid secure health and wellbeing strategy BOOK YOUR PLACE
  6. 10th March 2-4pm Managing change – from restructuring, redundancy to home working BOOK YOUR PLACE

Follow the link for greater detail: WEBINAR DETAILS

Webinar resources: RESOURCES HANDOUT

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