Mental Health, Wellbeing and its Impact on Risk
Thurs, 18th Nov 2021 14:00 – 14:40 PM GMTWatch the Recording
Andrew Heath, Sandy Locke,
CEO, WeThrive HRM, Lombard International
While the practical challenges of adapting to remote working were taken in stride, stress, burnout and anxiety have deeply impacted employees in financial services. Working in this high pressure environment, employees are more likely to see their mental health negatively affected by the pandemic than any other sector. In fact, across industries, the highest annual costs of mental health per employee are in financial services, at a staggering £3,300 per person.
Poor wellbeing = lower productivity, more frequent mistakes and regular absences. But gift baskets, yoga lessons and free Headspace subscriptions aren’t enough to undo the damaging effects of poor workplace practices and a toxic company culture. Attend our webinar to find out how investing in proactive wellbeing and mental health support yield a 6x return.
Join Andrew Heath, CEO of WeThrive and Sandy Locke, HRD of Lombard International where they’ll be discussing how to identify wellbeing concerns, and the steps you can take to safeguard mental health, wellbeing and mitigate risk in financial services.
- What is wellbeing (and what is it not)?
- The current state of wellbeing
- How wellbeing affects performance & risk
- A new wellbeing strategy
- What does good look like?
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