Workplace Wellbeing: It's time to take action!

Tuesday, 10 October 2023

MKM Stadium, Walton Street, Hull, HU3 6HU

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Join Hull and East Yorkshire Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing Event on World Mental Health Day, in partnership with Bondholders! 

With 1 in 6 employees experiencing poor mental health at work in any given week, it's something that we can’t ignore.

Whether you're an individual looking to enhance your own mental health at work or a business leader striving to create a supportive workplace, this event is for you.

Join us at our Workplace Wellbeing event on World Mental Health Day, Tuesday 10th October 2023.

Alongside a free breakfast and networking opportunities, our specialist speakers will share their expertise on a range of topics crucial to a thriving workplace, including workplace wellbeing strategies, nurturing a positive company culture, tackling the cost of living crisis, supporting physical health and navigating the menopause journey.

Come along and engage in interactive workshops designed to foster collaboration, self-care, and mental resilience. From a bitesize training session on workplace wellbeing to strategies for open communication about menopause in the workplace, this event offers actionable takeaways that you can implement immediately within your workplace.

Let's come together on World Mental Health Day to reshape the way we think about workplace wellbeing, culture, the cost of living crisis, physical health and menopause. Together we can work towards a healthier and more supportive future for all.

Bondholders Talent + will also share the benefits of supporting and nurturing talent – helping you to get the most from your employees.

Seats are limited, so make sure to reserve your spot early.

  • Date: Tuesday 10th October 2023
  • Time: 8:30am – 12pm
  • Location: The 1904 Lounge, MKM Stadium, Walton Street, Hull, HU3 6HU

Speakers will be confirmed in due course. Refreshments and event handouts available.

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