Last reviewed 26 February 2021

This year’s Health and Wellbeing at Work Week (15 to 19 March) will be the UK’s largest virtual event dedicated to improving the health, wellbeing, safety, behaviour and culture of today’s workforce.

Employers will need to embrace different ways of working, the organisers argue, creating exciting working environments that inspire as well as protect staff. More than ever they need to focus on supporting employees to ensure that they are healthy, safe, engaged and motivated.

With full details available at https://healthwellbeingwork.co.uk, the Week will offer 20 CPD conference programmes, as well as an interactive exhibitor showcase, demonstration zone, wellbeing lounge and new virtual platform.

Presentations will remain available on demand for 30 days following the event.

Planned sessions include Working with health conditions (16 March), Creating a healthy working environment (17 March), Sickness absence management and presenteeism (18 March) and Emerging risks and worker protection (19 March). Themes to be explored across all the sessions include Responding to pandemics, Future of work, Young workers and Self-care.

Tickets for the whole week cost £65 (+VAT) with access on individual days available at £40 (+VAT).