Three days to go until Workplace Wellbeing and Stress Forum 2019

The Workplace Wellbeing and Stress Forum 2019 will discuss how companies implementing safety, wellbeing and health for their employees can boost engagement, retention and productivity within their business.

This conference will showcase best practice and key trends in workplace wellbeing and stress managementThe conference will offer HR, OH and wellbeing professionals insights into how industry leaders have designed and implemented successful wellbeing initiatives. Topics covered by the conference include:

  • Promoting mental health: What can companies do to reduce stress and avoid mental health problems among employees?
  • Workplace culture: How can businesses create a workplace culture that fosters open communication and wellbeing for all?
  • Emerging trends: From financial wellbeing to gender equality, what are the key areas HR professionals need to focus on at a time of cultural change and growing uncertainty?
  • Demonstrating value: How can HR professionals prove the value of wellbeing initiatives to the business to gain executive support?


Chaired by Neil Shah, founder and chief de-stressing officer of The Stress Management Society as well as speakers such as Emma Mamo, head of workplace wellbeing at MIND, Amy Priest, wellbeing manager at Experian, Tina Hoffman, exercise physiologist and master trainer at Firstbeat, Brenda Street, professional head, emotional wellbeing at Nuffield Health, Clare Gowar, global lead, employer health and wellbeing at Philips and Anthony Wareham, head of health safety for Royal Philips health technology.

This conference will be held on 7th November at the Hilton Hotel Canary Wharf – click here to find out more or secure your ticket – hurry there are limited remaining!





Darius is the editor of HRreview. He has previously worked as a finance reporter for the Daily Express. He studied his journalism masters at Press Association Training and graduated from the University of York with a degree in History.