Workwell Debate: The Business Case for Investing in Employee Engagement and Wellbeing


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Workwell debates have always prompted a lively and informative discussion and are designed to give HR practitioners a chance to share knowledge and best practice.

We are delighted to invite you to our panel debate:

The Business Case for Investing in Employee Engagement and Wellbeing,

The debate is being held on the 23rd April, 10am until 12pm at a central London venue, and will be chaired by Stefan Stern, Director of Strategy, Edelman and Visiting Professor, Cass Business School, London. 

It will focus on the business benefits for those companies who take a strategic approach to employee wellbeing and engagement, and highlight the long term rewards of investment in programmes to improve employee engagement.

Guest panellists include:

  • Irwin Lee, Managing Director, Procter and Gamble, UK and Ireland

  • Dr Paul Litchfield OBE, Chief Medical Officer and Director Health, Safety & Wellbeing, BT

  • Jayne Carrington, Managing Director, Right Management Workplace Wellness

  • Nick Tatchell, Director, Organisational Surveys and Insights, Towers Watson

  • Amanda Owen, Director of Health and Safety, Employee Health and Diversity, Bupa

If you would like to register for this debate, please email Carrie Deacon directly with your name, job title and company.

This is the first in a series of events in our Building the Movement Programme.

For details of other events in the series please look at the Workwell website.