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Webinar: How to optimise mental wellbeing in the workplace

Webinar: 11am on Thursday 9 September

Who should attend?

  • People directors
  • Business owners

Are you a people director or business owner trying to provide support for your employees’ mental wellbeing?

Are you bombarded with information, yet still struggling to access the right tools or information to keep your people performing at their best?

Mental health in the UK has worsened by almost 10% in the last 18 months alone, with evidence suggesting that 12.7% of all sickness absence days in the UK can be attributed to mental health conditions, at a cost of £45bn to the national economy.

Join our webinar to gain a clear picture on how you can navigate through the minefield of risks associated with employee mental ill-health, from responding to flexible working requests and employment tribunal claims, to managing staff remotely, along with tools and tips to provide greater support to tackle the risk, at its source.

Brought to you by Partners&, BPE Solicitors and Doctor Care Anywhere, register now to get a clear roadmap in place for optimising workplace wellbeing for your business and your employees.

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Meet the presenters:

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Kate Bunyan, Chief Clinical Innovation Officer – Doctor Care Anywhere

Kate joined Doctor Care Anywhere in October 2019 as Chief Medical Officer, leading the operations of the organisation through the pandemic. Since January 2021 she has held the position of Chief Clinical Innovation Officer at DCA, focusing on Clinical Strategy, Proposition Development, and Innovation.

Kate is a regular mentor, coach, and speaker at various healthcare events, and has recently appeared on the BBC, Sky News and Times Radio to offer her expertise and guidance on patient care matters relating to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.

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Heyma Holmes, Partner – BPE Solicitors LLP

Heyma Holmes is a Partner in the Employment team at BPE Solicitors. She advises clients on all areas of employment law, regularly representing clients at Employment Tribunals, and has a particular specialism in transfer of businesses, discrimination and whistleblowing cases. She is known for her hands on, no nonsense approach to issues, enabling clients to ascertain their exact position during the early phases of a dispute or matter. COVID-19 has been challenging for many of us, both personally and professionally. In recent months, Heyma has supported clients seeking to manage the safe return to work of their employees, as well as advising them in relation to the mental health impacts of the pandemic and associated risks.

Related events that you might interested in:

Join Partners& and YuLife at the HR Grapevine Employee Benefits, Health & Wellbeing Virtual Conference. Working in collaboration, the panel discussion will cover what people directors and business owners should do to create a benefits package that’s fit for purpose and inclusive for today’s workforce.

Find out more about the session and register here.