Event to explore links between organisational performance and employee wellbeing
Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) is inviting business leaders and senior HR managers to learn more about the links between organisational performance and employee wellbeing at an event on Wednesday, March 24.
Delivered in partnership with Healthy Place to Work, the event will explore seven critical elements which can fast track employee health and wellbeing, improving efficiency and reducing staff turnover.
Attendees will hear from John Ryan, Founder and CEO of Healthy Place to Work, as well as Sarah Balmforth, HR Director at Hughes Insurance and Lorna McAdoo, Director of Business Development & Operations NI, Version 1.
This interactive event will be hosted by former BBC NI Broadcaster, Sarah Travers, broadcasting live from the studio at Niavac.
The event is free for NI Chamber members and costs £50 for non-members to attend. To register, visit northernirelandchamber.com
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