Benchmark Business Breakfast Mental Health in the Workplace

22nd August 2018

Due to popular demand the September Benchmark Business Breakfast is revisiting Mental Health in the workplace with Sheffield Mind.

The charities' Training Manager Simon Francis will be delivering a specialist workshop designed for business leaders on managing employee's issues around mental health and managing stress and wellness. The session will provide attendees with techniques to take back to their business and focus on: Early recognition of mental health concerns in employees Managing stress HSE Management Standards Managing the rest of the team Resilience and management Date: Tuesday, 18th September Venue: Creative Lounge, The Workstation, Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX Time: 8am-10am Catering: Bacon sandwiches (vegetarian option available), tea and coffee To book click through to Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/BMBizBreakfast

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