For the first time, four generations are working side by side, each with their own health needs and preferences.
The HR challenge? A one-size-fits-all approach to wellbeing no longer supports today’s diverse workforce for optimal productivity and happiness.
Wellbeing programmes must be personalised, with outcomes assessed through a broader lens, to truly impact an employee's health journey,
Join us for a roundtable discussion with experts from the health and wellness industry, and get deeper insights into:
- The dynamics and unique needs of a multigenerational workforce
- The opportunities and challenges faced by each generation
- How to align wellbeing support to meet individual and generational expectation
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About the speakers
Director at Dialogue
Wendy is a seasoned professional with over 20 years of experience in the field of employee benefits, wellbeing, and mental health. Before joining Dialogue Wendy served as the Head of New Business and Strategic Relationships at Bupa, one of the UK's top healthcare companies.
Executive Director at What Works Centre for Wellbeing
Nancy is a global leader in the field of wellbeing. In 2014 she set up the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, the UK’s national body for wellbeing evidence and practice aiming to understand what governments, business, communities and people can do to improve wellbeing. The Centre is the first of its kind in the world and is working with the OECD, over 18 universities across the UK and in partnership with HM Government, Business and Civil Society.
Gezz Van Zwanenberg
Chief Operating Officer at HCRG – Health and Social Care Division
Gezz is responsible for group-wide operations and supports management teams across a portfolio of brands covering everything from the delivery of complex care and occupational health to permanent recruitment from overseas. He also has responsibility for the group-wide clinical governance agenda, diversification agenda and expansion plans. Gezz has a background of leadership in both operational and strategic roles in the military, health and business settings.