Boost Employee Wellbeing with FBCC, DKUK and Breaks.fi
Keeping employees happy and motivated has always been a priority for HR leaders – but has it ever been more of a challenge than now?
Whether it’s engaging a workforce remotely, keeping the culture alive, or acting on the threats to employees happiness, HR is having to adapt to keep employees healthy, happy and productive.
Goodwille together with Breaks Finland, the Finnish-British Chamber of Commerce and the Danish-UK Association hosted the free HR event: Boost Employee Wellbeing.
HR experts Jacqui Brown, HR Manager at Goodwille and Jaana Komscha-Härkönen CEO and Co-Founder of Breaks Finland covered the following topics:
• The biggest challenges to employee happiness and how to address them
• The biggest changes to workplace wellbeing for employees and how to adapt
• The importance of employee wellbeing now and in the future
• Who in the business should be responsible for the wellbeing KPI’S?
• How to spot mental illness in the workplace
• Finland – the happiest country in the world, what is the secret?
Saara Koivisto, voice coach, singer and singing teacher performed a short inspiring “Break session”. The session highlighted the importance of voice in daily communication and how you can enhance it.
Breaks Finland enables courageous organisations to give their people the safe, creative space and time to stop, observe, feel, and become fearless so that they are more innovative and resilient. Breaks form programs of fun, thought-provoking, and activating sessions that break the daily routine and help people act and think more creatively.
Goodwille provides essential business services to overseas companies looking to enter, grow or scale in the UK. Whether a business is looking to set up a UK subsidiary, register a UK branch or recruit UK based employees, Goodwille can provide all the business services needed to ensure the UK operation is properly administered, managed and monitored. Our services cover, Corporate Governance, HR, Finance, Payroll and Virtual Office.