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February 2020

Webinar: Work Inspiration – Delivering Inspirational Work Experience Placements

Wed, 05 February @ 14:00 - 15:00
Webinar United Kingdom
Free to BITC members with a Community Partnership

This webinar will introduce Business in the Community's (BITC) Work Inspiration Toolkit and focus on the practical elements of preparing for a work experience placement or workplace visit. It will unpick the key stages involved and take you through the process of how to provide a real and inspiring taste of work​.   It will explore the process involved with workplace visits, present a sample timetable. The webinar will conclude with a case study from ITV that examines how the organisation…

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Webinar: Introduction to Wellbeing

Thu, 06 February @ 13:00 - 14:00
Webinar United Kingdom
Free to BITC members and non-members

Join Louise Aston, Wellbeing Director at Business in the Community (BITC) for an introduction to health and wellbeing in the workplace. Business is at its best when people are at their best. Learn how individuals and organisations can thrive by taking a preventative whole-person, whole-organisation approach to health and wellbeing. Hear about practical, evidence-based solutions from leading organisations on health and wellbeing at work. Audience This event is open to BITC members and non-members. This Introduction to Wellbeing Webinar would…

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Webinar: Creating a Circular Workplace

Mon, 10 February @ 12:00 - 13:00
Webinar United Kingdom
Free for BITC members and non-members

This webinar will help identify opportunities to help organisations take a circular approach to the environment. The environmental challenge to the world has never been greater and people are increasingly demanding that their employers play their part in tackling the problems. The circular economy offers an alternative way of using resources to a traditional, linear economy. Resources are designed for longer lifetimes, repair, re-use and reprocessing. It is evident that we need to redesign how resources are used to achieve…

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