This invitation-only event launches Business in the Community's 2019 research on Mental Health at Work in Wales.
This breakfast is organised by the Institution of Civil Engineers Wales Cymru's Fairness, Inclusion and Respect Group, the Chartered Managment Institute (CMI) Cymru, Business in the Community (BITC) Cymru, together with the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). It is sponsored by Henstaff Construction.
Business in the Community will be presenting the Mental Health at Work 2019 report in partnership with Mercer Marsh Benefits and the BITC Wellbeing Leadership Team. The report focuses on mental health at work primarily from a line-manager's perspective but with intersectional subjects in mind, such as age, gender, ethnicity and LGBT+. There will be also a spotlight on bullying and harassment.
Attendees will hear Simon Jones, Head of Policy and Influencing, Mind Cymru, discuss mentally healthy workplaces, and two case studies: Sandra Morse-Weaver, Occupational Health Manager, Wales & West Utilities, outlining practical approaches to mental health in work; and Sarah-Jayne Bray, Internal Engagement Manager, South Wales Police, winners of the BITC Cymru Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water Wellbeing at Work Award 2019 discussing how they have improved the health, wellbeing and attendance of officers and staff.
Breakfast and light refreshments will be served
This event is designed to benefit people working in human resources, talent and people management. It is by invitation only.
If you think you should have received an invitation and have not, or require further information, contact Rebecca Falvey, Head of Programmes, BITC Cymru.
Full joining instructions will be sent before the event.