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Improving workplace wellbeing for your employees – Breakfast briefing
When: 27th January 2022
Time slots available: 9.00am

Event overview

Many SME leaders are reflecting on the past two years and it’s clear that the pandemic will continue to impact the wellbeing of employees for the foreseeable future. In this webinar we have a panel of experts who will be discussing how organisations have been adapting their wellbeing offering to support their employees including setting up employee benefit schemes and seeking financial planning advice.

Adrian Frantom, Commercial Director at Production Bureau Ltd will be reflecting on how the pandemic affected his business and the wellbeing of his employees. Adrian will be sharing with us what worked for them, what they learnt and what they will be taking forward through 2022 and beyond.

Dr Helen Fitzhugh, Senior Research Associate at Norwich Business School is passionate about organisations and research communication. In this webinar Helen will be sharing the insight she has gathered on workplace wellbeing and productivity. With practical information and suggested resources that make sense to real life workers and managers in a variety of different settings.

Caroline Castle, Corporate Financial Adviser at Ascot Lloyd, specialises in employee benefits ensuring the employers financial commitment promotes the greatest benefit for employees. In this webinar Caroline will be sharing the top 3 type of schemes you can implement to improve employee wellbeing.

Chris Sargisson, CEO at the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the webinar and will be sharing the experiences of businesses the Chamber work with.

This is a live event so all of the panellist will be available for a Q&A in this webinar.

When will the webinar take place?

The webinar will take place via Zoom on Thursday 27th January and will last around 30 minutes. Registration is free to anyone who would like to attend.

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Speaker information
Chris SargissonCEO at Norfolk Chamber of Commerce
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Chris is a business disruptor with over 25 years’ experience within digital start-ups and consulting. He was appointed Chief Executive of the Norfolk Chambers of Commerce in June 2017 and has been busy setting in place a modernisation program based around culture, purpose and digital transformation, mindful of course that any change should respect the credibility of an organisation that has been trading for over 125 years. Chris worked in the 1990s helping shape Norwich Union Insurance’s journey to deal ‘Direct’ rather than via brokers before leaving to set up and launch its4me plc, one of the UK’s most successful online car insurance brokers and a major Norwich employer. Chris also created House Revolution – one of the UK’s first fully online estate agencies, alongside running his own business consultancy practice which has helped many organisations of all sizes across the UK successfully create or deal with cultural and digital transformation.

Adrian FrantomCommercial Director at Production Bureau Ltd
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Adrian is the Commercial Director at Production Bureau Ltd which is a dynamic creative agency offering face to face and virtual events, exhibitions and spatial design and installations. Working across many sectors, including healthcare, finance, and automotive.

Dr Helen FitzhughNorwich Business School
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Dr Helen Fitzhugh of Norwich Business School is passionate about organisations and research communication. She gathers the best academic evidence she can find on workplace wellbeing and productivity and then distils it down into practical information and resources for organisations as part of a project called the PrOPEL Hub. She draws upon work by researchers at the University of East Anglia who have been researching in this area for decades. Helen has worked across the public, private and voluntary sectors, so brings with her an understanding of how to adapt complex research findings so that they make sense to real life workers and managers in a variety of different settings.

Caroline CastleCorporate Financial Adviser at Ascot Lloyd
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Caroline is a Financial Adviser at Ascot Lloyd and has worked in financial services her whole working life. Caroline specialises in employee benefits ensuring the employers financial commitment promotes the greatest benefit for employees.

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