Evan Davidge, head of reward, Arup, will use a case study to discuss how to create an award-winning health and wellbeing strategy

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Working a 9-5 office based job can often create lethargic and sluggish feelings which can then impact staff health. Helping employees to remain fit and healthy can reduce expenditure on reactive health services and lower absence rates.

According to the research by Lansons and Opinium, a quarter of employees (24%) have taken time off in the last 12 months due to work induced stress. Ensuring staff have a healthy workplace could be seen to impact this significantly and improve overall wellbeing.

Reward’s Wellbeing in the Workplace (28th September) will have Evan Davidge, head of reward, Arup discuss ways in which organisations can boost workplace fitness and improve physical and mental wellbeing.

This session at 15:30pm will outline a case study where Davidge will discuss how Arup put together an award-winning health and wellbeing strategy. He will discuss how the strategy focused on proactively engaging employees about their wellbeing through a holistic campaign.

From physical wellbeing, fitness and rehabilitation to mental wellbeing and stress, or even financial wellbeing of employees, Reward’s WITW will have case studies and expert speakers who will provide an insight into creating a strategy that will meet the needs of all your workforce.

Wellbeing in the Workplace takes place on 28th September 2016 at The Lowry in Manchester. To register to attend, CLICK HERE