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A Framework for Sustainable Workplace Wellbeing

A Framework for Sustainable Workplace Wellbeing is a course run by Trinity College Dublin, Dublin. It is a Online Learning course with a duration of 3-hour webinar. For more information about A Framework for Sustainable Workplace Wellbeing at Trinity College Dublin, please review the details below.

It is well established that a healthy workforce is a happier one, with low levels of absenteeism and greater productivity. Never has this been more relevant than in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Employers across the public and private sector are developing ‘healthy workplace’ policies to support the health and wellbeing of their employees.

This masterclass will introduce an evidence based 8-step framework for designing, implementing, improving, and sustaining
a workplace well-being programme. Many Irish organisations have an annual programme of ‘random acts of wellness’ in place, which cannot be measured and lead to no tangible benefits for employees or the organisation. This masterclass will highlight what constitutes an effective
well-being programme and how a properly crafted programme can boost not only the
health of your colleagues, but also your organisation’s bottom line.


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Training ProviderTrinity College Dublin
Course LocationDublin
Location PostcodeDublin 2
Course TypeOnline Learning
Awarding BodyTrinity College Dublin
Course Duration3-hour webinar
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