LIVE WEBCAST: 22 July 2020
Over the past few months, the pandemic has been a catalyst for change that has significantly impacted businesses of all sizes. Through resilience and a desire to see their businesses and people come out of this crisis as strong as before, many have quickly adapted to the sudden shift in ways of working.
During this time, the focus on employee wellbeing and managing ongoing financial pressures has never been more important, especially as government restrictions ease, for many it is now time to think about returning to the workplace and start operating in the ‘new normal’.
Join our Mercer Marsh Benefits experts as they delve into what it means for your people to return to the workplace. Whether it’s adapting to a new way of working or providing support through policies and benefits plans, wellbeing and financial pressures will be ongoing factors to consider.
Join this session to get some practical advice on what steps should be considered when returning to the workplace. How can businesses manage employee wellbeing and costs while adapting to a new way of working?
Who should attend?
Small to medium-sized businesses:
Business Owners/Managing Directors
Tim Moloney – Sales and Growth Leader, Mercer Marsh Benefits
Samuel Bain – Senior Employee Benefits Consultant, Mercer Marsh Benefits
Louise Mackie – Senior Employee Benefits Consultant, Mercer Marsh Benefits
*All speakers are based in the UK*
Title: Return to the workplace: a guide to managing employee wellbeing and costs
Date: 22 July 2020
Time: 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM GMT