CIPD - What is the impact of the mental health of employees on your organisation? (Southampton Group), B&Q House, Wednesday, 20. November 2019

Southampton Group
What is the impact of the mental health of employees on your organisation?
According to the 2019 CIPD Health and Wellbeing at Work report, whilst total absence levels continue to decline, the proportion of absence attributed to mental health is increasing. This session will consider:

What does the report tell us?

How does this relate to the challenges in your organisation?

What is the business impact of mental ill health on your organisation?

What could, and should, we be doing to increase awareness of mental health?

There is information and discussion everywhere about mental health and about how we should work together to reduce stigma and discrimination and actively support people with mental ill health.
We read that 1 in 4 people experience mental health issues each year, and that it is the largest single source of burden of disease in the UK.
But what does this mean in reality? What should we as HR professionals be doing within our organisations?
This session will start by looking at the statistics. We will then discuss the cultural and human aspect, as well as the metrics that can support the business case.

As a result of attending this event you will:

Have an increased understanding of the financial and human cost of mental ill health in your organisation

Identify the barriers and challenges faced by people with mental health issues

Consider the actions you can take in your organisation to raise awareness and reduce stigma and discrimination

Refreshments will be served from 18:00hrs with the event starting promptly at 18:30hrs.

Our Speaker:
Marion Hewitt, FCIPD - Marion Hewitt Coaching and Training
Marion is an award winning coach and trainer, and an accredited MHFA England instructor.  Her specific interest is in creating high performing workplaces where individuals and organisations can grow and succeed.  Supporting employees mental health is part of this.  She draws on extensive HR expertise gained working in a variety of organisations and sectors.   
Professional photography and video production may be taking place at the event, and these images may be used on future promotional materials for CIPD. Please note that by attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any CIPD promotional materials.
Is there parking at the venue?
Yes, visitor car park on site.
What refreshments will be on offer?
Tea, coffee, water and snacks.
What is the refund policy for paid tickets?
We operate a 7-day cut-off date for ticket cancellations leading to a refund.
How do you use the personal information I provide when registering?
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We all know that colleagues are an organisations most valuable asset, yet so many of us still struggle to retain them. What impact do your recruitment and induction processes have on colleague retention? Do you actually have the right colleagues in the role in the first place and are you setting them up for success during their first few months in the organisation?

Wednesday, 20. November 2019, B&Q House, CIPD - What is the impact of the mental health of employees on your organisation? (Southampton Group)

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