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 Iley chief medical officer at Jaguar Land Rover quotes – “There’s no point urging people to ‘get support’ if in fact you haven’t got any to offer. That will destroy your well-being brand and reduce employee engagement.” Iley takes a targeted approach, creating bespoke wellbeing programmes for different departments and our headline sponsors PIB Employee Benefits share these goals, offering the bespoke support and consultancy to support those most at risk.

Both Steve Iley, Chief Medical Officer and Global Head of Occupational Health and Safety, Jaguar Land Rover and PIB Benefits Clare Dare, Head of Health, Risk & Technology, PIB Employee Benefits join us on the Watercooler programme.

We look forward to seeing Steve and Clare and all the other speakers and exhibitors at The Watercooler in April. Visitor registration is open now, so grab your free ticket here.

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 Make A Difference Awards Launched

The Make A Difference Summits Awards in association with the London Evening Standard and The Watercooler Event, are an opportunity for us to stop, think and thank the colleagues and employers who have really made a difference over the past year to workplace culture, mental health and wellbeing. Those who are leading the way and inspiring others to follow their example.
It is YOUR opportunity to recognise and celebrate the real impact that employers (and individuals within organisations) are having on workplace culture, mental health and wellbeing. Please spread the word. It’s QUICK, FREE and EASY to nominate, and it’s a chance to celebrate and recognise employers and individuals that are making a difference. There are 10 categories to choose from and you can nominate for free here: