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Accord & other events

Find out about upcoming Accord & external events including links to some past event recordings.

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Digital wellbeing

Date: 05 September 2023
Time: 11:00-12:00
Location: Online

We've teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity for a wellbeing webinar to explore the issues related to our reliance & connectivity to digital technology, while recognising the benefits technology brings. We'll identify steps we can take to achieve a healthy balance in the use of our devices.

This webinar is free and open to all members.

Find out more & register for this event

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Managing stress & anxiety during the cost-of-living crisis

Date: 14 September 2023
Time: 11:00-11:45
Location: Online

Join the Bank Workers Charity for a webinar looking at what happens when you experience stress or anxiety due to money worries, and the steps you can take to reduce the risk of harm to your mental health.

This webinar is free and open to all members and everyone of all genders.

Find out more & register for this event

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Transforming wellbeing through inclusivity

We've teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity for a wellbeing webinar to explore wellbeing initiatives and what it means to be truly inclusive.

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.

However, things are changing. Wellbeing strategies are beginning to embrace broader issues that can impact our overall health & wellbeing including support on issues such as fertility, menopause and carers needs. It's a more nuanced approach, recognising that workplace wellbeing doesn't exist separately from inclusion and diversity.

Webinar overview:

  • What is diversity and inclusion
  • How do diversity, inclusion and wellbeing intersect
  • Inequalities that directly impact wellbeing at work
  • What does wellbeing with inclusion look like
  • The future of wellbeing

 This event is hosted by Accord through the Teams platform.

Accord reps' get togethers

We've planned in a series of dates and locations for the next round of reps' meetings. We're following the same approach we had in May - with an online session for those who can't make it to one of the in-person sessions. 

The dates and locations are:

  • Wednesday 22nd November: London
  • Thursday 23rd November: Leeds
  • Thursday 27th November: Online
  • Wednesday 29th November: Glasgow

Reps will be invited to register to attend following the results of the September rep elections.

 Please note: these meetings are for Accord reps in Lloyds Banking Group only.

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Past events

Webinars are a great way of sharing information & upskilling, whether you're a member or a rep. Below you'll find three webinars you may have missed, and we think are worth catching up on.

With our recordings, you can watch the replays of our webinars at a time and in a place that's convenient for you.

On this page you can rewatch the following webinars - or visit the webinar section on our website for more.

Domestic abuse

We've teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity to look at how we can create a work culture where it's safe to come forward and talk about domestic abuse and access support. Watch the webinar recording to find out what domestic abuse is, some of the myths and misconceptions as well as the vital support available through the Bank Workers Charity.

Read our guidance on domestic abuse
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Wellbeing support for retirees

Watch the recording of the Bank Workers Charity webinar looking at wellbeing for retirees. This webinar was 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.

Find out more & watch the recording