Next ‘Health for Business’ date set

Following the success of the first event, Lancashire based Organisational Healthcare has set the date for their next seminar focused on helping businesses to improve the health and wellbeing of their staff.

The seminar will be held at Brockholes Nature Reserve on 3rd October from 8.30am and will cover topics including presenteeism and the impact this has on the workplace.

Guest speakers include Dr Natalie Miles and Diane Ogden from The Therapy Group who will be looking at handling difficult conversations and situations in the workplace.

Finally, there will be a real life case study from Susan Houseman, HR & Business Development Director at Ribby Hall who has implemented a health and wellbeing programme across the business.

To reserve a place or for further details, please email [email protected] or call 01772 437117.

The series of seminars discuss relevant topics and offer practical advice to enable anyone working in HR, health and safety or business owners to improve the health and wellbeing of their staff which in turn, is proven to reduce sickness levels and increase productivity in the workplace.

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