Hertfordshire employers discover how to measure ROI in employee wellbeing

The Hertfordshire Workplace Wellbeing Practitioners’ event held on 6 March in Hatfield brought together 30 plus delegates who shared best practice and explored how to measure their return on investment from building and developing their wellbeing strategy.

Ideal opportunity to share experiences and ideas with other businesses to find potential solutions to wellbeing challenges in the workplace

- Delegate at the Practitioner Network event

Delegates heard from Tom May, Health Improvement Officer, Hertfordshire Public Health who talked about the key drivers and campaigns for Hertfordshire Public Health in 2016. Adan Freeman, Hertfordshire Sports Partnership also discussed physical wellbeing and the mini MOTs - staff health checks - that are available.

By allowing and encouraging employees to lead an active lunch break, businesses could cut one sickness day per person per year, saving businesses across England an estimated £2.8 billion.

Andy Gawin-Warby from Envoy Partnership delivered a presentation on the key learnings from the last two years of the partnership delivery in Hertfordshire between Business in the Community and Hertfordshire County Council. An interactive session explored how measuring wellbeing interventions in the future could help businesses in building return on onvestment into an organisations wellbeing strategy.

You can download materials from this event by clicking here.

Discover more about our local practitioner networks and employee wellbeing support available.

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