We know that employees’ desire to work for businesses and organisations whose values align with their own will be an important criteria in selecting a new employer. As the talent marketplace continues to heat up, new hires expect their business/company to become actively involved and vocal about the cultural debates of the moment.
The pandemic has given employers increased visibility into the life struggles of their employees and has shifted the focus from just business/organisational issues to individual human life experiences. Leaders now view well-being not just as an employee benefit but as an opportunity to support employees in all aspects of their personal and work lives.
Breakfast Event Details
This year’s Breakfast Event theme is The Future of Work is Employee Well-being.
Guest Speaker: Nick Hudson
Date: 27th October 2022
Time: 7:00 am – 9:00 am
Venue: Nesuto Curtin
Well-being Assessment/Presentation: Glenn Taylor will present the key steps in completing the Engine Room Business Innovation Well-being Assessment Tool (a tool from the ‘Change Leader’ Program).
At the Breakfast there will be lots of activities + a lot of fun throughout the morning – so don’t miss out.