Our panel of experts in Recruitment, HR and Mental Health come together to discuss issues many of us face around returning to the workplace, particularly after furlough, long periods out of employment, or months of digital-only working!
The webinar was hosted by Angus Mylne, a member of the Keep Britain Working team.
The panelists were:
James Reed – Chairman and CEO of the Reed Group. James is a regular media commentator on work and labour market issues, with recent appearances including BBC News, Sky News, BBC Radio 2 and The Apprentice. He has contributed insight to a wide range of publications including the Financial Times, Harvard Business Review and the Sunday Times.
Heather Deering – Health, wellbeing and engagement partner at the Morson Group. Leading the charge at the Morson Group to challenge the status quo around health and wellbeing, Heather’s remit is to bring innovation, ideation and spark divergent programmes of activity that stretch beyond the traditional barriers of physical health, and deliver real change. A science & health writer, Heather champions her academic acumen and qualifications – which include a degree in Psychology and a Masters in Human Nutrition – to find, assess, implement and evaluate evidence-based practices that underpin the Morson Group’s overarching health and wellbeing strategy, ‘MorFit’.
Karen Jackson – HR Director at Reed. Karen has been with Reed for 3 years, overseeing positive change throughout the business. Her drive to achieve Reed’s ambitious HR strategies have pushed the family business to be ranked as one of the best places to work in both 2019 and 2020, and the only recruitment company to be in the Top 50.
Rebecca Harris – Health and Wellbeing Service Development Executive at Reed Wellbeing. Reed Wellbeing offer preventative health and wellbeing services in both the public and private sector with a focus of supporting HR teams with their wellbeing agenda.
To find out more about Reed, visit their website here.
To find out more about the Morson Group, visit their website here.
To find out more about Reed Wellbeing, visit their website here.