The Wellbeing at Work Event returns to Toronto on October 11, 2018 following a successful launch event in 2017. The one-day summit at Yorkville Conference Centre is a forum for HR and business leaders to share and hear the latest corporate and employee wellbeing developments and successes that are enhancing individual and organizational performance in companies across North America.

Corporate wellness is gathering importance and is recognised as helping organizations attract and retain talent, reduce absenteeism and create happier and healthy workplaces. Wellbeing at Work Events provide a forum for HR leaders and businesses to hear, meet and discuss wellbeing initiatives with leading experts and practitioners to equip companies with the tools and solutions to introduce wellbeing programmes to the workplace. Delegates learn from experts and peers about the latest wellbeing developments and successes that are enhancing individual and organisational performance.

Launched in London in 2014, Wellbeing At Work Events are a platform for global insight, intelligence and the latest trends around the future of the workplace through white papers, reports, webinars, case studies, video and live events. Our engaged and senior-level user audiences learn and interact with experts and peers to increase their knowledge of corporate wellness to implement workplace change. To date, the annual one-day conferences have been held in London, Edinburgh, Dubai, San Francisco and Toronto, and this year, will be hosted for the first time in Amsterdam and Sydney.

This year’s event in Toronto features influential speakers from leading Canadian and global businesses and the programme includes HR and Wellness Directors from the Royal Bank of Canada, Corus Entertainment, Ontario Power Generation, Rogers Communications, Gap Inc, Coinsquare, CAA Club Group, Diamond Estates Wines & Spirits, Herman Miller, Credit Counselling Society and Peak Energy Management.

Key wellbeing topics include:

  • Placing employee wellbeing at the heart of the organization
  • Practical steps for improving the Health of Employees
  • People Priorities – Workplace Wellness and a Culture of Respect
  • Measuring Outcomes: Employee Wellbeing in the Workplace
  • Purposefully Creating a Culture of Wellbeing
  • Developing Health, Safety and Wellness Strategies that Empower Employees
  • Supporting Future Leaders in the Workplace to Thrive

There is also the opportunity for delegates to participate in the debating panels, workshops and networking sessions. Contributions to discussions and the exchanges of ideas are encouraged and sharing experiences on a subject that has the potential to change the world of work.

For more information and to book tickets visit the website.