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Are you concerned about the wellbeing of workers in your organisation?

  • One in six people of working age in the UK experience mental health symptoms at any one time.[i]

  • 50% of employees have experienced some form of burn out due to greater job demands and lack of boundaries between work and home life.[ii]

  • Mental ill health costs UK employers approximately £56 billion each year.[iii]

These are concerning statistics for us all but particularly so for HR professionals who play a pivotal role in safeguarding employee mental health.

While the pandemic raised the awareness of wellbeing in the workplace, there are signs that it has been pushed further down the boardroom agenda. Previous concerns about the emotional health of workers caused by lockdown have been replaced by more urgent worries over rising costs, high staff turnover and labour shortages.

Are there practical ways we can encourage the health and wellbeing of our workforce without breaking the bank?

Don’t miss this opportunity to join our people specialists Davina Jenkins and Joseph Grech to hear their top tips on how to promote emotional wellbeing at work and support employees in the long term. Whether your HR role is at a small business or a large multinational, this useful guidance will ensure you have the wellbeing strategies in place to be preventative rather than reactive in these challenging times.

Topics for discussion include:
  • What does wellbeing mean?

  • How to prevent a quiet quitting culture.

  • Be authentic – what does wellbeing look like for your organisation?

  • Back to basics – review what you already have in place and make it work for your organisation.

  • Gap analysis – where are you now and where do you want to be?

  • Building blocks to wellbeing success.

  • Do your managers have the listening skills to do the job?

  • Why happy employees are more productive, more motivated and have less time off due to illness.

  • Strategies on keeping people connected to their organisation.


Providing all the answers will be Davina Jenkins who, before joining Reed Learning as an HR consultant, implemented a wellbeing framework throughout local authorities in the West Midlands. Passionate about the benefits effective health and wellbeing strategies can bring to organisations, Davina has extensive experience in supporting candidates through their CIPD qualifications. Her teaching knowledge is underpinned by over 18 years’ commercial experience maximising the potential of others within the private and public sectors.

Davina is a CIPD Chartered member and has a Masters qualification in Human Resources Management.

The webinar will be hosted by Joseph Grech, an ICF accredited coaching psychologist and training consultant with Reed Learning.  Joseph specialises in Learning and Development and leads many of our L&D CIPD qualification programmes. He also has widespread experience supporting individuals and organisations in the UK and internationally.

Who should attend?

HR professionals


Business leaders.

[i]Mental health & Work report (