Focusing on workplace health and wellbeing
Motivated and valued employees are more productive and engaged than those who aren’t. So should business be doing more to keep its workforce happy and healthy?
Supported by E.ON and MacMillan Cancer Support, The Great Business Debate is exploring workplace health and wellbeing. Be sure to check in each morning for new articles and case studies from leading organisations. This discussion takes place as part of Responsible Business Week, keep up-to-date with our activities with the hashtags #bizdebate and #RBWeek.
Rachel Turnbull, CEO of TT2 Limited - Employee health is one piece of the puzzle
Dr James Kent, Partner and Managing Director, Boston Consulting Group - A healthier path to employee engagement
Hugh Milward, Senior Director, Corporate External and Legal Affairs, Microsoft — An engaged workforce is the surest way to achieve more
Tom Robinson, CEO Simons Group - Why should we be responsible in business? Lessons from the Playground
Kirby Group Engineering - Case study: Employee health and wellness at Kirby Group
Josh Hardie, CBI Deputy Director-General - Should business be doing more to keep its workforce happy and healthy?
Dr Fran Woodard, Executive Director of Policy and Impact, Macmillan Cancer Support - Ensuring your business health and wellbeing programme is fit for the future
Beth Ryder, Employee Wellbeing Manager, Marks and Spencer - Inspiring a wellbeing culture through disruptive leadership challenge
Michael Macdonnell, Director of Strategy and Jonny Cotton, Strategy Adviser, NHS England — How does the NHS care for its own staff?
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