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HealthyWork 2017

A one day conference that will challenge, inspire and expand your understanding of worker health and wellbeing.

Location

SKYCITY Convention Centre, Auckland

Pricing information

$595.00+GST (special earlybird pricing closes 11 October 2017)

Good work is about more than step challenges and providing fruit in the workplace. It’s about coming to a place that acknowledges your psychological, physical and emotional needs, allowing everyone to reach their potential. These workplaces are defined by high engagement, high energy and high performance.

HealthyWork 2017 will discuss how these good work environments can be created, nurtured and maintained. The conference will show that in order to be successful, health and wellbeing initiatives need to be strategic and have buy-in at all levels of the business. We will also discuss the concept of psychosocial risk, and show how by treating worker health and wellbeing as a risk the same way as other business’s risks, buy-in becomes easier and initiatives become more comprehensive and ultimately more successful.

We are pleased to announce our international keynotes as Karla Thorpe of the Mental Health Commission of Canada, and Associate Professor Michelle Tuckey of the University of South Australia. Supporting our international keynotes are sessions from the Business Leaders’ Health and Safety Forum, NZ Fire Service, DairyNZ, PostHaste, Massey University, Empathy Design and Wise Group.

We look forward to meeting you at the conference for a challenging but inspiring day that will help you create a better, higher performing workplace.

Click here to view the full programme and to register.

There are a limited number of sponsorship opportunities for this event. If you are interested in profiling your brand at HealthyWork, email Jacqueline.Ngatai@thomsonreuters.com

For any other questions please contact Annette Vao on 09 3618925 or email eventsnz@thomsonreuters.com