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  • Financial wellbeing in the workplace: A way forward
    Financial wellbeing in the workplace: A way forward James Marsh, HRreview; Heidi Allan, Neyber Sep 27 2018 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    The link between financial security and physical and mental wellbeing has long since been established.

    Employees have to deal with busy lives and the complexities of major financial decisions, as well as key life events such as bereavement, buying a home or nearing retirement. It is not straightforward.

    With nearly half of the UK showing one or more signs of financial vulnerability and 46% of UK adults saying that their knowledge of financial matters is low, it is more important than ever for employees to manage and keep on top of their daily finances.

    50% of UK employees say that they feel their employers care about their financial wellbeing. But is there more UK employers can be doing to help and educate their employees on financial matters?

    In this webinar our expert panel will look at the importance of teaching employees good financial habits, budgeting and creating a 'savings buffer' to help them cope with the pressures of personal finance and economic uncertainty.
  • Managing parental leave in the global digital age
    Managing parental leave in the global digital age James Marsh, HRreview; Jennifer Liston-Smith, My Family Care Oct 10 2018 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    In the competition for talent, doing something to smooth your peoples' transition to parenthood has become almost a hygiene factor. And legislative, economic and cultural factors keep gender diversity at the top of most organisations' agendas.
    Employers benchmarking against their sector find that maternity coaching, or - more inclusively - a parental leave programme, is now an expected provision in sectors such as banking, legal and professional services firms, and increasingly tech, insurance, media, fast-moving consumer goods and retail sectors.
    Many now provide blended (online and real world) programmes, whilst others have moved to purely digital solutions.
    Maternity coaching was first introduced on a wide scale in the early 2000s. Two decades on, the world and the way we work has changed enormously.
    In this lively webinar, James Marsh will be discussing the latest trends and developments and the drivers behind them, with Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Coaching and Consultancy at My Family Care, and a recognised innovator in the Parental Leave Coaching field. We will also be joined by Diversity and inclusion specialists form leading employers, Citi and AIG. They'll be sharing their insights and experiences of the changing parental leave challenges in their organisations.
  • How mental wellbeing underpins high performance teams
    How mental wellbeing underpins high performance teams Bruce Greenhalgh, Global Health and Wellbeing Clinical Lead at BT & Emily McMahon, Content Manager at Perkbox Oct 11 2018 1:00 pm UTC 42 mins
    Hear from Bruce Greenhalgh, Global Health and Wellbeing Clinical Lead at BT discuss:

    - The criticality of wellbeing in high performance
    - Ensuring your wellbeing programme is fit for purpose
    - The role of mindfulness in wellbeing
  • 4 Underutilized Tools to Improve Workplace Culture
    4 Underutilized Tools to Improve Workplace Culture Alex Lovell, Manager, Research and Measurement, O.C. Tanner Institute Oct 18 2018 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Great workplace cultures provide a critical competitive advantage for organizations. Yet amid external and internal disruptions, many companies struggle with creating engaging employee experiences and inspiring cultures. With so many ways to improve workplace culture, what should companies focus on first?

    Brand new research from our 2018 Global Culture Study shows four underutilized tools can make a powerful impact on the employee experience and workplace culture: special projects, continuous performance feedback, appreciation, and purpose messaging. By taking advantage of these easy strategies, companies can significantly improve six areas that influence culture the most: purpose, opportunity, success, appreciation, wellbeing, and leadership.

    Join us to learn:
    -Why workplace culture is crucial to a company’s success
    -The current state of workplace culture around the 6 talent magnets
    -The power of connecting the employee value proposition and customer value proposition around a meaningful purpose
    -The unique influence of special projects, continuous performance feedback, and appreciation on building peak employee experiences and a strong workplace culture
  • Gender Pay Gap Reporting 2019: Business as usual?
    Gender Pay Gap Reporting 2019: Business as usual? James Marsh, HRr; Jennifer Liston-Smith, MFC; Ruth Thomas, CURO; Carolanne Minashi, UBS; Andrea Callender, ARUP Nov 29 2018 11:00 am UTC 60 mins
    We have Gender Pay Gap data, so we have the beginnings of transparency. We have narratives exploring the drivers and action plans.

    But what are the specific building blocks of change for leading employers?
    How do you actually attract, retain and progress gender diverse talent and close the gap? .

    Our Autumn event aims to think big but also focus on practical actions employers can take as we move towards the next GPG reporting deadline in March/April 2019

    In this lively webinar, James Marsh will be exploring the issues and learning since the first reporting in April this year. He's joined by:

    Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Coaching and Consultancy at My Family Care, and a recognised innovator in the Parental Leave Coaching field.

    Ruth Thomas, Senior Consultant at Curo Compensation, summarising the learning from this year’s Gender Pay Gap reporting and its implications for your next year’s report.

    Carolanne Minashi, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, UBS, sharing the factors that really enable women to progress and reach the top at work.

    Andrea Callender, Director, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), Arup UKMEA
    On Arup’s journey in EDI including the promotion of Shared Parental Leave.

    The thought leadership shared will help you benchmark your current practice and gain practical ideas you can put to use