Symposium's Health@Work Summit will be held in London on 11 June.

Symposium’s Health@Work Summit will be held in London on 11 June.

Leading HR conference and training provider, Symposium, our partner for our Health @ Work special edition this week, are offering our readers an exclusive £50 discount for their Health @ Work Summit at the Kensington Close Hotel in London on 11 June.

The conference will provide senior HR and wellbeing practitioners with cutting edge strategies to improve employee wellbeing and mental health in their organisations at a time when stress and mental health problems are reportedly on the rise. Focused on practical, preventative strategies to improve employee health, the Symposium panel of expert speakers and thought leaders from a wide range of industry areas will guide you through proven techniques and the latest innovations, building resilience to weaving mindfulness into your organisation’s culture.

The event will be chaired by Ann McCracken, Vice-President of the International Stress Management Association (ISMA) and Symposium consultant, and includes sessions led by speakers from companies including John Lewis Partnership, BT, easyJet, Barclays and Sweaty Betty.

To redeem your discount, download the Health @ Work special edition PDF by going to our Health @ Work home page. The PDF contains your exclusive discount code and simple instructions on how to book your place.






James Marsh is an HR consultant and currently leads the editorial team at HRreview.

An avid HR blogger and tweeter on HR and management issues, James has worked as an HR manager, consultant, in-house recruiter and trainer and has expertise in both management strategy and HR policies and processes. He has a BA from the University of Nottingham in American Studies, a Masters in Human Resource Management from the University of Westminster and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).

James is also the regular chairperson of HRreview's series of webinars that discuss and debate the latest HR trends and issues, InsideHR.