Join Myers & Co for a HR lunch focused on employee health and wellbeing – 28 January 2019
Myers & Co Solicitors in Staffordshire are hosting their next HR lunch which focuses on a number of employee related issues, including handling grievances in the work place, mental health issues in the workplace and looking after employee wellbeing.
Thursday 28 February 2019
12.30 – 14.00
Westport Lake Road,
This lunch will be held in association with Bright Butterfly.
Speakers will include:
- Sarah Everton, head of employment law at Myers & Co Solicitors; and
- Jo Cook, life and performance coach from Bright Butterfly.
Sarah will give an overview of the following:
- handling grievances in the workplace – to include a review of procedure, early intervention, minimising the impact on the team and effective resolution.; and
- mental health issues at work – what are employers duties and how can they promote a positive workplace culture for those affected.
Jo Cook will provide some practical tools to support your mental health and wellbeing in the work environment to include:
- working well with others – how you can protect your mental health when experiencing challenging behaviours, give feedback and say no while maintaining relationships; and
- enhancing your wellbeing – everyday, effective tools that you can use in the workplace to maintain your balance, focus and develop resilience.
If you would like to invite attend this free event: click here to book your place.
Please feel free to invite any of your HR contacts outside your organisation and to send a link to the booking form to them. All are welcome.
We hope to see you on 28 September 2018.
For more information about the HR lunch, or for a confidential discussion on employment law, contact Sarah Everton at Myers & Co Solicitors, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, Staffordshire on 01782 577000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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