This webinar is available to view on demand.
ABTA Members and Partners can access this free of charge on the Member zone.
Non Members can purchase the recording for £99 plus VAT. Click here to purchase.
ABTA’s webinars are delivered in collaboration with trusted ABTA Partners and offer business support and advice to travel businesses.
ABTA’s Mental Health Training for Travel Workforces will provide guidance on how to protect your workforce’s mental health and what to do when issues arise.
This webinar is free to attend for ABTA Members and Partners. Non Members are welcome to pay to attend.
As we face a wave of the latest COVID variant, this ABTA webinar will provide helpful tips and advice on how you can protect your own and your employees' mental health and wellbeing as we enter 2022 and look ahead to future flexible and hybrid working policies.
Join this free-to-attend webinar to understand what the key mental health and wellbeing risks are for employees, how you can spot who is most vulnerable, and what you can do to help. Get practical guidance on how to protect your employees’ mental health and what to do when things go wrong. Get a recap on your legal obligations as an employer – understand your duty of care and consider solutions for the implications of remote working, isolation and other stressors on your workforces.
Submit your questions ahead of, or during the webinar, to be answered by our expert speakers in dedicated Q&A sessions.
- What are the key mental health and wellbeing risks to look out for and how to help
- Reducing stress and tips for promoting positive wellbeing
- Your legal obligations around employee mental health and duty of care
- Christine Husbands, Managing Director, RedArc, Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing
- Hazel Craig, Senior Data Analytics and Wellbeing Consultant, Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing
- Paul Harlington, Group Procurement Director, TUI Group
- Ami Naru, Partner, Head of Employment, Travlaw
- Trudie Clements, Director, LifeLine
Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing is part of Howden UK. Our expert team work with clients of all sizes to provide dedicated employee benefits & wellbeing consultancy. We’ve won many industry awards for our work and are widely recognised for our innovative and creative approach to benefit design. We help employers both in the UK and globally to have healthy, happy and productive workforces by delivering benefit strategies that suit your individual business, workforce and budget. And with the growing focus on mental health in the workplace, we can help you to consider the right solutions to proactively look after your employees’ mental wellbeing.
For information on how to promote your company at this event, please contact Matt Turton on 07766 517 611 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.