Breakfast Briefing: How Does Wellbeing in the Workplace Impact Profitability?
Kindly sponsored by ProAktive & supported by Doncaster Council.
Join us for this important breakfast briefing to hear the results of the latest Doncaster Business Insight Survey for Spring 2019, and a keynote speaker and panel discussion on the impact of wellbeing in the workplace & profitability.
This is an informative breakfast briefing designed to enable business-leaders across Doncaster to keep their finger on the pulse as far as economic and investment conditions are concerned.
Following analysis of the latest Doncaster Business Insight Survey Spring 2019, this event is the first public opportunity to listen to the observations and concerns of respondents from across the borough, helping us identify the aspects that require lobbying key decision-makers on topical issues including wellbeing in the workplace, local infrastructure priorities and seeking city status, that support jobs, growth and the regional economy.
This event also examines the efforts that local employers are making on issues relating to the health and wellbeing of their staff at a time where higher productivity and profitability is being expected from ever-scarcer resources.
Addressing these issues will be Richard Holmes, Managing Director of Westfield’s Health & Wellbeing company; followed by an interactive compered Panel discussion featuring regional business-leaders.
7:45am Breakfast buffet
- Dan Fell, CEO, Doncaster Chamber
8:20am Doncaster Business Insight Survey (Q1 2019) results presented against current backdrop of local economic climate
8:40am Keynote address: The impact of health and wellbeing in the workplace on profitability
- Richard Holmes, Managing Director of Westfield’s Health & Wellbeing company
9:00am Panel Discussion
- Jamie Dunbar, MD, Cementation Skanska
- Emma Glenc, HSQE, VolkerRail
- Richard Holmes, Managing Director of Westfield Health & Wellbeing company
- Jackie Pederson, Chief Officer, Doncaster Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)
- Dr. Rupert Suckling, Director of Public Health, Doncaster Council
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