We’re about to make a quantum leap in workplace wellbeing. What used to be considered two separate areas of business, EDI and Wellbeing, are beginning to cross over.
A clarity is emerging - there is no wellbeing without diversity and inclusion. Wellbeing initiatives are designed in principle for everyone, but have often failed to address the needs of the whole workforce and be truly inclusive.
With wellbeing strategies starting to include support on issues like fertility, menopause and carers needs, we are beginning to see the signs of a more nuanced approach.
Workplace wellbeing does not exist separate from inclusion and diversity. It is actually the key to taking wellbeing to the next level
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Join Nick Canton from Alliance for Finance to look at what barriers exist in the sector when it comes to social background, and what is being done to help people from underprivileged backgrounds to build careers in the finance sector. This event is open to all members.
We've teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity for a wellbeing webinar to explore imposter syndrome, including who may be experience it, and to help us identify steps we can take to minimise its effects. This is a free webinar, open to all members.
This webinar from the Bank Workers Charity looks at wellbeing support for bank workers. This webinar is designed to help you gain a clear understanding of the various types of support offered by the Bank Workers Charity while highlighting the importance of seeking intervention at an early stage. This is a free webinar and open to anyone.
Accord has over 350 trained workplace representatives across the country who are there to help when things aren't going so well. Reps are the beating heart of the union, and often the first port of call offering advice, guidance, information, and representation.
No other union in either LBG or TSB can match this network of support.