Working Well invites proposals for presentation during the upcoming Working Well Fall Training, which will be Wednesday, November 7 at the William L. Yates Conference Center in Columbia, S.C. This year’s training will focus on “A New Era of Employee Wellbeing: Exploring how culture, operations, and purpose can build a resilient, thriving, and fulfilled workforce.”
Presentations are designed to provide evidence-based resources and best practices to attendees that spark action in their own worksite wellbeing programs. Working Well is looking for employers, both Working Well and non-Working Well employers. who have demonstrated success in integrating comprehensive elements (i.e. policy, systems, operations, built environment, benefits, communication, etc.) through a collaborative approach.
Presentations should be no more than 60 minutes, and should address one or more of the following topics:
• Fostering Employee Resiliency
• Workforce Development
• Recruitment and Retention
• Professional Fulfillment
• The Future Workforce
• Integration of Safety & Wellbeing
• Integrating any of the above topics
Visit the Working Well website to see more details about the presentation categories and to submit your proposal. The deadline to submit your proposal is Friday, August 17. Proposals will be received from anyone, regardless of Working Well engagement.
Registration is open to all as well. Non-Working Well attendees will have a $25 fee for attendance, while Working Well employers are free. Non-Working Well presenters will have a free registration. Register for the training here.
If you have any questions or issues, contact Sara Grace Bailey at email@example.com.