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Natalie Bosch

Natalie Bosch

WarnerMedia Executive Director, International Benefits & Wellness Click to read more...
Dean Russell

Dean Russell

MP for Watford, Co-Chair Mental Health All Party Parliamentary Group, Health & Social Care Select Committee member Click to read more...
Stephen May

Stephen May

FirstCare Chief Revenue Officer Click to read more...
Sally Hopper MSc FCIPD FRSA

Sally Hopper MSc FCIPD FRSA

Hertfordshire County Council Assistant Director of Human Resources Click to read more...
Nicholas Brice

Nicholas Brice

Engage Business Media Guest Editor Click to read more...
22nd September 2021
12:00

As we increasingly return to the workplace or adjust to hybrid working, the ‘hidden pandemic’ of poor mental health is coming to the fore. Join this webinar to gain insights into how other leaders are taking practical steps to support the wellbeing and performance of their people and organisations in the wake of Covid-19.

Much has been written about the repercussions of the Covid pandemic on UK workers’ mental health. The phrase ‘we’re all in this together’ has often been used, however the truth is that our individual experiences have been very different…

For example, some employees have suffered with Covid or lost loved ones to the virus, whereas others doubt its existence. Some have enthusiastically been vaccinated, while others fear and resist the jab. Some have relished the freedom of WFH but others have struggled, juggling nine-to-five with round-the-clock childcare and home schooling.

Working with Dean Russell – MP for Watford and Co-Chair of the Mental Health All Party Parliamentary Group – FirstCare is embarking on a campaign to support organisations and their people through the transition to the ‘new world of work’. Too often, leaders merely pay lip service to the idea of mental health support, but it has never been more important to act than it is now.

This free webinar will explore practical steps that employers can take to recognise the pressures that have and will continue to impact the mental wellbeing of their employees. Can the innovative use of wellbeing data help to prevent issues, or at least enable early intervention before troubles worsen?

Alongside Dean is an expert panel of People and Wellbeing leaders from high-profile organisations with a presence in and around his constituency, who are keen to share their opinions and experiences with you to help move the mental health agenda forward.

Sign up now and hear about new ways to help your people be happier, healthier, and perform better as we all enter the new world of work.

About FirstCare

FirstCare is driven by a simple belief – if you look after the health and wellbeing of your employees, your organisation will become more productive, perform better and have a competitive advantage. That’s why we’ve been pioneering the field of employee wellbeing and organisational performance for the past 15 years, working with over 200 of the UK’s leading employers.

We bring together a powerful mix of services and technology that are proven to deliver results. Our in-house multidisciplinary clinical team are on hand 24 hours a day, seven days a week to look after your people and minimise any time they need to take off due to ill health. We also have the UK’s largest database of insights into work, illness and health that is able to predict future trends for your organisation with astonishing accuracy so you can be more organised when it comes to resource planning.

At FirstCare, we believe healthy companies win.

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