Your health is essential wherever you go, and so has become the link between the workplace and well-being for employees, employers, and landlords. The rise of interest in wellness at work and implementing health programs in the workplace has become a vital piece of a healthy lifestyle. Companies are taking employee wellness more seriously now as people are increasingly being diagnosed with chronic diseases such as depression and hypertension due to toxic working environments.
Wellbeing in the workplace has become a hot topic of conversation in the business world. Studies suggest that unhealthy work environments lead to a decline in the overall health of employees, contribute to an increase in health-related expenses for employers and employees, and lead to lower productivity and days of work missed.
According to the American Psychological Association, companies of all sizes and types of business are using wellness programs and perks to lower absenteeism, attract talent, and save on healthcare costs, while employees have become more health-conscious in the past several years. Ideally, the workplace should be a place protecting the safety and well-being of employees while providing them with opportunities for better long-term health.
Conferences and events promoting health and well-being at work are capturing people’s and attention. Such is the case of The WELLNESS17 event built on the success of Unwired’s WORKTECH series of conferences encompassing all aspects of wellness including mind, body and spirit and addresses some of the most interesting and challenging subjects in the field. UNWIRED also produces events and reports on all aspects of work, workplace, technology & innovation. The wellness conference is coming back to London for the second-year in a row and will take place on Tuesday, September 5th, 2017. To promote well-being and tackle the causes of work-related health problems, eOffice has joined forces with Unwired to promote WELLNESS17 and offer special rates to attend.
This will be an opportunity to meet leading thinkers, industry strategists and academic visionaries, learn and exchange viewpoints on topics such as the stigma of mental health in the workplace, the role of nutrition at work, today’s fast-changing technology, the effects of the work environment on a person’s well-being, and how design influences the workplace experience.
Confirmed speakers include Tom Savigar, Chief Growth Officer at The Future Laboratory; Adam Spreadbury, Co-chair of the Bank of England’s Mental Health Network; Designer Oliver Heath; Aidan Walker, Director of Aidan Walker Associates; Simon Williams Head of Business Change Project Management for TfL Programme; Kate Cook, Author of the Corporate Wellness Bible and UK’s Leading Nutrition and Wellness Expert, Dr Almuth McDowall, Head of Department and Senior Lecturer in Organizational Psychology at Birkbeck University; and Ali Ganjavian, Co-Founder of Studio Banana, among others.
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