The second annual National Workplace Wellbeing Day seminar is set to take place this Friday, 8 April in Dublin’s Croke Park, bringing together employers from across the public and private sector to discuss ways to improve employee health.
Attendees to the free half-day seminar will hear from leading experts and business leaders, including Ibec CEO Danny McCoy and Director of the Irish Institute of Sport, Gary Keegan.
Keegan will outline the concept of ‘168’ – the number of hours in the week – and why the way people choose to spend them impacts their health and well-being.
Other speakers at the Aramark Food Services-sponsored event include representatives from Aviva Health, Dublin City Council, the Environmental Protection Agency, and FRS Recruitment, who will all share the details of their own workplace wellbeing programmes.
The seminar is among a host of activities taking place across the country to mark National Workplace Wellbeing Day, which is organised by the Nutrition & Health Foundation (NHF).
Hundreds of employers are supporting the day, which aims to improve employee health by promoting better nutrition and exercise in the workplace.
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