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Bank Workers Charity: Wellbeing support

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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. The Bank Worker's Charity will present real life personal stories to showcase exactly how we can help, and the impact we have on clients who come to us for support, with a Q&A session to close.

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 This event will be hosted by the Bank Workers Charity through the Zoom platform. Accord is not responsible for the material.

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