Smart Recruit Online (SRO) is proud to be a primary sponsor of the Health Before Wealth event taking place at Bannatyne Milton Keynes in Winter Gardens on Thursday 19th September, in partnership with Business Live.
CEO of SRO, Mark Stephens commented; “we are committed to working with HR Teams to address mental and physical health issues. This is a growing concern for all businesses and we believe that HR is well-positioned to take a leading role in supporting wellness and wellbeing in the workplace. We look forward to supporting this initiative with Business Live and Bannatyne’s”.
“Unfortunately, while health and safety in the workplace is standard, health and wellbeing is all too often an afterthought. We’re on a mission to change that,” said Victoria Beale, CEO Business Live UK Ltd.
Early bird tickets are still available at just £10 each via Eventbrite, here you can also find the full agenda for the evening and gain access to more information about who is attending, supporting and sponsoring the event.
Watch a short promo video about the event here.
The event is designed specifically for Senior HR decision-makers, business owners and managers who have an interest in supporting physical and mental health and general wellness in the workplace, both for themselves and for their staff.
There will be health and wellbeing speakers addressing these important issues, providing insights and practical ideas, which can then be taken away and applied into the business.
You will also be invited to try some of Bannatyne’s ‘Mini Treatments’ and there will be buffet food and drinks also provided.
Come along and network with other HR professionals in a relaxed environment
When people put health first, wealth will follow.
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