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Hosted by Healthier Workplace WA, this FREE webinar focuses on practical and cost-effective strategies for creating programs that your employees will love.

  • Dates:Nov 27
  • Time(s):12.30pm -1.30pm
  • Venue:Online - A hyperlink will be sent to you prior to the event.

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  • Venue:Online - A hyperlink will be sent to you prior to the event.

Description

Have you been given the task of implementing a workplace wellness program for your workplace but have only been allocated a very limited budget (or no budget at all!)?

Join Healthier Workplace WA and Wellness Designs for our upcoming FREE webinar WORKPLACE WELLNESS ON A BUDGET and learn more about practical and cost-effective strategies for creating programs that your employees will love.   

Regardless of budget, cost-effective workplace wellness programs boost productivity and are critical to business success and sustainability. Whilst it would be wonderful to have an endless bucket of money to spend on a workplace wellness program, this isn’t always the reality.

Guest presenter Katrina Walton (Director, Wellness Designs) will provide an overview and examples of cost-effective strategies workplaces can implement to help create a successful workplace health program.

Although suitable for anyone with an interest in promoting health in the workplace, those who might find this workshop particularly useful include managers, health and wellbeing coordinators, occupational health and safety officers, human resource officers and health champions. 

Registrations for this webinar are essential and places are limited. Register here.

For more information about Healthier Workplace WA, please visit our website, subscribe to our mailing list to be notified of future Healthier Workplace WA events, or send us an email on [email protected].

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