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The workplace is changing, and understanding the health and wellbeing of your employees is becoming ever more important. Surrey Chambers is holding a health and wellbeing conference to discuss, review and analyse various aspects of health and wellbeing in the workplace. We have brought together industry experts who can cover the information which you need to know surrounding Health and Wellbeing in the workplace, they will also be open to questions at the end of the discussion. This event will take form of a panel involving experts of various topics around health and wellbeing in the workplace and keeping in line with the event theme there will be healthy food options available throughout.
Who should go on Working Safely? Working safely is for people at any level, in any sector, needing a grounding in the essentials of health and saftey. Everyone at work should have an understanding of why they must 'work safely' - and this course offers exactly that. What will you get out of it? What you need to know -and are perhaps reluctant to learn about - in a refreshingly informal way. Working safely isnt supposed to turn delegates into safety experts. It focuses on why health and safety is important, and how individuals can make a real difference to the wellbeing of themselves and others through changing their behaviour.
Business Women in Surrey brings you great examples of mentoring best practice, with some additional input from the Surrey business School around reverse mentoring! If you want to know what this is and want to meet other business people, with whom you may like to build a mentoring relationship this is one event not to miss. Frances Rutter, CEO of Epsom & Ewell Borough council and her mentor, Nicci Bonfanti, will share with you their experience in building their mentoring relationship.