The following message comes directly from Sam Willoughby, event director of the upcoming Health and Wellbeing at Work 2024. For those interested in attending and eager to learn more about what this transformative event has to offer, please find out more below.
Health and Wellbeing at Work 2024
Greetings and a warm welcome to Health and Wellbeing at Work 2024. I am delighted to be the new Event Director, and I can’t wait for you to see what we have in store this year.
I’ve worked in the events and exhibitions industry for the past 20 years and I still get that buzz from seeing them go from the planning stage to watching them being built. In a matter of just 1 day, a flat empty floor can suddenly transform into a mini city of exhibition stands and exciting feature areas. There’s nothing quite like when the doors open and the crowds start flowing in, creating an incredible atmosphere of face-to-face interaction and networking.
This year, brace yourself for an immersive experience that champions the latest trends in workplace health and wellbeing and please be sure to check out our website to see the fresh new features and experiences we have coming your way.
Premium Conference Programme and 150+ talks
Our conference programme promises to be a knowledge goldmine, offering valuable insights and innovative solutions that will revolutionise the way you approach workforce health, wellbeing, safety and culture. The 2024 agenda will see 12 streams spanning two unforgettable days, each of which has content highly relevant to your role and aims to improve your knowledge of current and emerging trends, themes and issues.
- Employment Law Masterclass
- Future of Work
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
- Culture, Values and Engagement
- Management and Leadership
- Fireside Chats
- Interactive Workplace Workshops
- Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing
- Health and Conditions
- Musculoskeletal Health
Browse through our user-friendly platform and use the filter options to discover talks and topics designed with you in mind.
Some of the industry’s leading minds have been invited to share their experience, knowledge and expertise. Expect Carol Black DBE; Lorraine Jackson CBE, Director, Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC); Dr Steve Forman; Principal Medical Adviser, HSE; Drew Berrie, Head of Workplace Wellbeing, Mind and many more.
As you navigate your way across show floor, be prepared to encounter a vast array of innovations, products and services from our curated, cutting-edge exhibitors like Medigold, Bupa, Optima, Investors in People and Health Partners plus many more.
What else can you expect?
It’s not all serious business – we believe that fostering health and wellbeing in the workplace should be enjoyable! Expect a fun and relaxed atmosphere that nurtures networking and engagement. Connect with like-minded individuals who share your passion and leave ignited with inspiration and know-how.
Exciting new features on the exhibition floor include:
NEW: Puppy Therapy Theatre by Paws in Work
Working with our partner Paws in Work, we will be running half-hour sessions for a select number of visitors with a group of puppies. It is proven that interacting with animals has a positive effect on mental health in humans.
NEW: Sensory Lounge by Nook Pods
The Sensory Lounge, furnished with Nook Wellness Pods will be an area for visitors to rest, work, relax and have some quiet time away from the busy and bustling exhibition floor.
NEW: Wellbeing Café by Liggy Webb
Relax, rehydrate and refresh in the Wellbeing Cafe, sponsored by Liggy Web. Expect a selection of healthy and nutritious ‘crunch nourish bowls’ to choose from and an ideal space to rest and catch up with peers.
It’s hard to sum up what you will gain from attending in just a few sentences but if I had to summarize, this is what I would say to expect:
- Expert knowledge & know-how
- Your workplace challenges heard and questions answered
- Inspiration from case studies and your peers
- A heap of business cards and new LinkedIn connections
- A notepad full of ideas
- A practical health & wellbeing strategy in mind
It’s not just an exhibition; it’s a journey through the latest breakthroughs that can make a significant impact on your workplace.
I look forward to seeing you there. You can book your ticket here.
Joanne is the editor for Workplace Wellbeing Professional and has a keen interest in promoting the safety and wellbeing of the global workforce. After earning a bachelor's degree in English literature and media studies, she taught English in China and Vietnam for two years. Before joining Work Well Pro, Joanne worked as a marketing coordinator for luxury property, where her responsibilities included blog writing, photography, and video creation.