Why your wellbeing strategy is pivotal to your employer brand

Why your employee wellbeing strategy is pivotal to your employer brand

Episode Six – Walk The Talk

Listen to this panel conversation where we discuss the extent to which an employee wellbeing strategy is pivotal to an organisation’s employer brand.

Our panel includes a diverse range of speakers and perspectives – representing The NHS, HR, Senior Leadership and the employee:

Dr Megan Swanson – Clinical Psychologist, NHS England

Rosie Morgan – Employee Experience Manager, Dazn Group

Jon Meeks – Head of Supply Chain, Willmott Dixon

Marcus de Pfeiffer-Key – Marketing Specialist + Mental Health First Aider

The pandemic has presented organisations and individuals with an opportunity to rethink and reimagine the way we work. 

From an employee perspective, the pandemic has led to The Great Resignation – a global trend of employees voluntarily leaving their jobs, from spring 2021 to the present day, seeking greater work-life balance and flexibility. From the employer’s perspective, this is a challenge but also an opportunity to respond and to stay competitive…

This is a fascinating conversation if you’re an HR professional, business leader or manager interested in the mental health and wellbeing of your people.

Listen to hear the latest Global Emotions research from Gallup, perspectives on how to respond to The Great Resignation and ways to ensure that you retain and attract talent to your business, by creating a culture that’s compassionate, aware and action-orientated when it comes to the mental health and wellbeing of its people.

And if you are interested in learning more about our Mental Health Awareness Training  – this page details more about how we support businesses when it comes to safeguarding employees from a mental health perspective.

Register for the next episode of Walk The Talk here.