Past Thrive at Work events

Preventative approach to workplace wellbeing with Jonathan Pittam

Preventative approach to workplace wellbeing with Jonathan Pittam video:

Carers in the Workplace Session

Carers in the Workplace Session video:

Musculoskeletal (MSK) Health with Posturite

Musculoskeletal (MSK) Health with Posturite video:

Leading an Effective Wellbeing Campaign

Take a look at the Leading an Effective Wellbeing Campaign video:

Inclusive Wellbeing

Take a look at the Inclusive Wellbeing video:

Mastering Mindfulness

Date: Tuesday 27 February
Time: 10am - 11am
Location: Via Zoom

Healthy Habits

Date: Wednesday 28 February
Time: 10am - 11am
Location: Via Zoom

Pressure Management

Date: Thursday 22 February
Time: 1.30pm - 2.30pm
Presenter: Rob Snell
Location: Via Zoom

Psychological Safety

Take a look at the Psychological Safety Video:

Money and Mental Health

Take a look at the Money and Mental Health video:

Apprenticeship Week Webinar - Unlocking Apprenticeship Opportunities

Take a look at the Apprenticeship Week Webinar video:

Ergonomics in the Workplace

Take a look at the Ergonomics in the Workplace video:

(Video expiry date - 07/02/2025)

How to create an inclusive workplace for neurodiverse and/or disabled remote workers: what does it mean for employers?

Who’s leading the event?

Dr Christine Grant, Coventry University and Dr Deborah Leveroy, Neurobox

What’s it about?

This webinar will provide insights from recent research on the experience of neurodiverse and/or disabled workers (NDW) in remote working contexts. The pandemic led to vast numbers of people working remotely for the first time. The webinar will explore both the opportunities and risks of working remotely for NDW’s. Attendees will come away with an understanding of:

  • The experience of neurodiversity and disability in the workplace;
  • Why it is important for employers to consider the needs of NDW;
  • What is remote working?
  • What role can remote working play in accommodating NDW? 

The Department for Work and Pensions - How to become a disability confident employer

This webinar wasn't recorded due to the nature of the topic.

Disability in the Workplace - The hidden talent pool

The hidden talent pool: why businesses are ignoring disabled employees. Why are 75% of businesses globally experiencing a talent shortage while 47% of disabled people in the UK are unemployed? That’s over 10% of the working-age population. Disabled people are an untapped talent pool, often ignored by EDI strategies. The disability employment gap is growing, currently at 29.8%, and businesses need to do more to support disabled colleagues present and future. During this webinar, Alice Hargreaves, COO and Co-Founder of SIC covered:

  • Disability in the here and now
  • The language of disability
  • Societal bias
  • How to appeal to disabled talent
  • How to retain disabled employees
  • The next steps to becoming an ally

Take a look at the Disability in the Workplace video:

Pension Power-Up: Unlocking the Financial Future of Your Employees 

Rewatch our insightful webinar from Bravo Benefits and delve into the world of pensions, where you'll gain valuable knowledge and actionable strategies. Learn how to maximize the benefits of your company pension scheme and empower your employees to secure their financial future.

Take a look at the Pension Power-up video:

Grief in the Workplace with Cruse Bereavement Support

We're pleased to be hosting this 1 hour session during National Grief Awareness Week which will inform how you manage bereavement in the workplace and how your response can have a positive impact on employee wellbeing.

We're delighted to be joined by Alison Winter from Cruse Bereavement Support who will be running this session, during which you will gain an understanding of:

  • how grief impacts performance, absence, retention and morale
  • good practice around returning to work following a bereavement
  • how to communicate effectively and compassionately with someone who is grieving
  • the importance of creating a supportive workplace for all employees

Take a look at the Grief in the Workplace video:

Cancer Awareness Webinar

Take a look at the Cancer Awareness Webinar:

Menopause Awareness in the Workplace

This 30-minute session provides an introduction to Menopause Awareness within the workplace, Julie Glyn-Jones from Henpicked Menopause in the Workplace ran a short introduction session on:

  • Why we all need to talk about menopause at work
  • What menopause is and how someone could be affected by it
  • Key ways of managing Menopause

The session included a 20-minute presentation and a 10-minute Q&A session.

Take a look at the Menopause Awareness video: