Where Workplace Culture Wellbeing Professionals Meet
Welcome to The Watercooler
The Watercooler conference and exhibition is the meeting place for workplace culture and wellbeing professionals with a common goal of improving workplace culture and employee wellbeing within their business, so employees thrive.
The unrivalled level of insight through conference and workshop programmes during the two-days, and a showcase of the partners, solution and technology providers who are at the forefront helping businesses deliver workplace culture and wellbeing programmes, The Watercooler is the unmissable event in the workplace wellbeing and culture calendar.
Attracting 4330 visitors in 2023, The Watercooler community attracts professionals who focus on workplace and wellbeing, HR, mental health, and employee culture, from all sizes of organisation and sectors.
Three conferences running side-by-side featuring thought-leading speakers and influencers, it’s held as a ‘silent disco’ format for focused and uninterrupted discussion.
Interactive workshop sessions held within the main exhibition hall, featuring deep-dive insight and solution partner case-studies and showcases.
Latest Insight from The Watercooler
Managers need new skills in the new hybrid workplace
Line manager wellbeing is one of the most talked about topics in the wellbeing industry currently, given the mounting pressure on team leaders. That’s why The Watercooler’s panel discussion on ‘Supporting Line Managers to Support Their Teams and Manage their...
Work Wellbeing Action at The Watercooler
This week sees the arrival of our first Evening Standard – Watercooler series with a feature titled Why work wellbeing action beats 'awareness' Published yesterday, the article focuses in on why having the resources to back up your #employeewellbeing is vital. Steve...
Menopause leave, not the answer, says Government, as ministers reject trial
Menopause leave, not the answer: Earlier this week the Fourth Special Report – Menopause and the workplace: Government Response to the Committee’s First Report of Session 2022–2023, revealed that ministers have rejected a proposal from the Women and Equalities...
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