That Wellbeing @ Work Show

We think it’s a good thing to make sure people are looked after at work; that their employer is caring and supportive; that they have the right resources; and are encouraged to develop their talent and learn new skills.

 

But we also think that the world of work sometimes disappears up its own backside, takes itself too seriously and is too quick to jump on the latest bandwagon. Especially where wellbeing and performance are concerned. That Wellbeing @ Work Show is our attempt to poke about in some of these topics and put a few challenges to the received wisdom of the day.

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