How Businesses Can Manage Employee Mental Health

15th October 2018

Join TranQuality, experts in workplace mental health, to learn how your business can manage employee mental health and wellbeing.

With stress, depression and anxiety having such a huge impact on UK business and costing on average £30bn per annum, there is no wonder organisations are actively looking for solutions to address the emotional wellbeing of their employees. At this seminar, you will gain real-life insight into what it can be like for those suffering from mental health issues at work. Our guest speaker, Phil Merrison, occupational health professional, shares his personal journey with depression and anxiety. Through a live demonstration, award-winning Dr. Colin Robertson will teach you about a neuroscientific technology, leading the way in objective mental health assessments and fast and effective treatment for stress, depression and anxiety. Perhaps you have seen first-hand how mental health is impacting your business, or you might be looking to take a preventative approach? Our half-day seminar will give you a useful insight into ways in which your organisation can prevent, monitor and resolve poor mental health. Click Here to book your free space. For more information about TranQuality, please visit FAQs Who is this seminar for? This seminar has been designed for HR professionals, business owners and organisations who are looking to actively address mental health on behalf of their business and employees. The event is being hosted in Sheffield, however, delegates from around the UK are invited to attend. What time do I need to arrive? Registration is between 08:45 - 9:00am for a 09:15am start. Will lunch be provided? Yes. Morning refreshments and a buffet lunch will be provided. Please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements. Parking There is on-site parking at the Halifax Hotel, subject to availability.

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