We’re going virtual for our 8th Global Healthy Workplace Summit

Good Health is Good Business. 19 – 20 November 2020.

Due to the ongoing global coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, the Global Centre for Healthy Workplaces (GCHW) has decided to hold our annual Global Healthy Workplace Awards and Summit virtually for the first time ever.

We know many of you wanted to meet and network in person, but we truly believe our virtual summit in partnership with the American University will allow for broader participation from across the world over the 2 days.

COVID-19 has shown the world that sharing best workplace health and wellbeing practices is more important now than ever before. The world’s premiere workplace health and wellbeing event attracts chief executives, workplace health professionals, investor relations, media, academics and experts.

The 2020 Summit will feature presentations from the world’s best workplace health programmes with the Global Awards finalists in three categories: SME, large and multinational enterprises (previous winners include Lendlease, GSK, Chevron, Unilever, IBM, Shell and Vitality USA).

In addition, the Global Summit will explore how to build organisational resilience during times of crisis and address business continuity and mental wellbeing challenges featuring key speakers from the OECD, ILO, Optum and American University. Plus the findings from the global Working at Home Wellbeing Survey will be released.

The online summit will also feature exclusive surveys, networking opportunities, Q&As and access to video recordings for attendees only. So do not miss out!

Summit page: https://www.globalhealthyworkplace.org/event/8th-global-healthy-workplace-summit-washington-dc-2020/

Eventbrite: https://8th-global-healthy-workplace-virtual-summit-2020.eventbrite.co.uk

Book your ticket now and we look forward to seeing you in November!

Formed in 2012, the GCHW is co-owned by i-genius Limited and International Health Consulting.


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