FREE Fourth Annual Workplace Wellness & Recognition Workshop


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Fourth Annual Workplace Wellness & Recognition Workshop

Did you know that on average we spend seven to ten hours per day at work? Employers may reap the benefits of a healthy workforce through reduced absenteeism and improved productivity however, imagine the health impact workplaces could have on their community! Workplace wellness programs give employees the tools they need to live healthy lives at work, at home and in their community.

Chatham-Kent employers looking for ways to develop strong links between health, safety, and wellness initiatives are invited to the fourth annual Workplace Wellness Recognition workshop. This FREE half-day workshop will be held in Chatham at the Bradley Conference Centre on October 24th, 2018.

Canadian Mental Health and Workplace Safety and Prevention Services will present on programs available to support good mental health. Brian Knowler a police officer, lawyer, author and our keynote speaker, will share his firsthand experience with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), how he rebuilt his life and career. Through firsthand experience Knowler shares his observation how leaders in a workplace can create a stronger more resilient workplace with higher morale, higher productively and higher attendance.

Employers looking to get more involved in their community will hear about The Rocket Composter, Greener Communities-tree planting initiative and the Box Lunches for Workplaces through Community Living. As well as Greener Communities, employers will also hear about a tree planting initiative that will improve the health of our communities and conserve resources for future generations and creating shade for sun protection.

Throughout the day there will be opportunities for networking with other workplaces, the presenters and public health staff regarding community programs. Take this opportunity to invest in the wellbeing and performance of your employees to help build a thriving and productive workforce. Advanced registration is required, take this opportunity to register now.

Registration: 8:00 am

Workshop Begins: 8:45 am

Light refreshments available


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