We would love you to join us at one of our online webinars.
Inequality hurts the bottom line – discover ways of working differently to directly benefit your business, your employees and your community.
The event will cover:
Coventry and Warwickshire ‘Call to Action’: How businesses can make changes that create fairer and healthier workplaces and communities, as well as increase business profile and profits
- Why it will benefit your business
- How to access resources and support
- How you can promote your commitment to tackle inequalities
Thrive at Work: Workplace Wellbeing Award to improve the health and wellbeing of employees in businesses large and small
Wellbeing for Life: Discover ways for everyone to improve their physical and mental wellbeing.
Almost 8 in 10 UK employees take their money worries to work, affecting their performance. Fortunately, there are many ways to champion financial wellbeing in the workplace.
What we mean by financial wellbeing
It is about feeling secure and in control. It is knowing that you can pay the bills today, can deal with the unexpected, and are on track for a healthy financial future. In short: confident and empowered.
Why it matters in the workplace
Money worries are the biggest cause of stress for UK employees. They are damaging to business too, often resulting in staff sickness. The case for financial wellbeing at work is compelling.
Want to know how the Money and Pension Service (an arms-length body of the Department of Work and Pensions) can help you enhance financial wellbeing in your workplace? To reserve your place, please email us on [email protected] and we will forward the invite.
Looking after your health and well-being is important all year round, but even more so during the current pandemic restrictions and colder weather. We’ve known for some time that the natural environment can reduce stress, lift moods and make us feel better.
In partnership with the Coventry & Warwickshire Green Business Programme, Thrive at Work Programme are hosting a webinar on how the physical benefits from green infrastructure, active travel and green spaces can improve people’s health and well-being. There will be details on how you can adopt well-being initiatives within your organisation and in your home life, as well as details on active green travel plans from Coventry City Council's transport team.
The average age of menopause is 51 and there are 3.5 million women over 50 in the workplace.
3 in 4 women experience menopausal symptoms, 1 in 4 experience serious symptoms.
Did you know that men aged 40-60 years can experience ‘andropause’, described as the ‘male menopause’ which impacts on their health and wellbeing?
Menopause and andropause symptoms can negatively impact on wellbeing and work performance.
In this informative webinar Dr Julie Alexander-Cooper, health and wellbeing consultant at Parkstreetlifestyle centre, will provide information on how the menopausal and andropause can affect women, trans men, trans women and men, the signs to be aware of and how to support employees with simple and doable strategies that can be implemented in the workplace. Julie will provide time for Q & As and take away strategies and tips to share with staff to aid their health and wellbeing.
Over the last year, the number of adults in the UK struggling with debt has doubled due to lower household incomes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Thrive at Work team covering Coventry & Warwickshire has partnered with Better with Money to provide this 1 hour webinar to provide you with information on how to help your employees to tackle debt effectively to improve financial wellbeing.
The webinar will cover:
Better with Money is an established and independent financial education company which brings money matters to life in an accessible and interesting way through workplace sessions. For more information, visit www.betterwithmoney.com
During this session we will cover a brief introduction to Laughter Yoga, its origins as well as the many benefits. We will look at how Laughter Yoga can change your mood in minutes, lower stress, bring more energy and motivation to your work and connect you with your work colleagues. Building resilience is also a benefit, especially now as we try to stay safe and well during the pandemic. Laughter Yoga can help us to be more resourceful, more positive and help us to deal better with challenges.
We will be doing some simple laughter exercises with some yogic breathing and finishing with a short mindfulness relaxation.
What you need to bring - just yourself and a willingness to participate and try something new.
Currently, many workplace based employee health promotion programmes focus on weight management and physical activity, yet there is growing evidence to how sleep, its quality or scarcity, can affect employee health, wellbeing and cognitive performance. In this enlightening webinar Dr Julie Alexander-Cooper, sleep and health consultant at Park Street lifestyle centre, will provide information on how poor sleep can impact on staff health and work productivity, and how gold standard proven sleep strategies can improve employee sleep, wellbeing and work performance. Julie will provide time for ‘Q & As’ and take away strategies and tips for you and your staff to aid a good night’s sleep.
Healthy Eating led by HLS Nutritionist Lucy Webb. This webinar covered: