Wellbeing and engagement

Holistic wellbeing is the new normal
Your employees need you now more than ever. Routines have been dramatically altered, gyms are closed, social lives are cancelled and many households are dealing with reduced incomes while also grappling with home schooling. So, how are you supporting your employees with all aspects of their wellbeing when it’s being attacked from every angle? In this session, Dr. Nick Taylor, founder of Unmind and Jack Curzon, Consulting Director here at Thomsons, will be sharing some key takeaways learnt during the UK lockdown, how organisations can prepare for times of crisis, and why you can no longer look at as mental, physical and financial wellbeing in silo.

Getting creative with employee engagement
Pre-lockdown, very few organisations had their entire workforce permanently working from home so it’s fair to say this new way of working is taking some serious adjustment for many people. This is never more true than for the HR team who not only have to deal with the impact themselves, but also be there for the different needs of all their employees – and this means coming up with even more creative ways to keep their workforce engaged, healthy and happy. Join this session to hear from our Creative Engagement team as they talk us through how they’re helping clients to meet this challenge. 

Nick Taylor, Founder of Unmind
Jack Curzon, Consulting Director,
Kirstie Hennessey, Practice Lead and
Ilze Kolosovska, Senior Designer Creative Engagement at Thomsons Online Benefits

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