Ideas for National Work Life Week 2-6 October 2017

Are you aware that there are over 11 million working parents in the UK, making up more than a third of the workforce?

The 2017 Modern Families Index, produced by Working Families and Bright Horizons, reported that Parents said they would leave employers who do not offer good work-life balance opportunities.

Working Families National Work/Life week aims to provide a time for working parents to assess and focus on improving their personal work/family balance.  To support this, we are putting on a series of 1-hour workshops and webinars.  This is a great way to show your employees that you are supporting them.

1-hour Workshops for National Work/Life Week
These short, focused and practical workshops are a quick and effective way of offering high quality learning & development opportunities to your employees.
These sessions put a practical emphasis on supporting, recognising and educating parents – they are all work-focused, encourage networking, and offer ideas on how to increase productivity and wellbeing at work.

Topics:
1. How to Work Flexibly
2. Choosing the Right Work/Life Balance for YOU
3. Managing Career and Parenthood
4. Work Life Balance for Dads
5. Boosting Time Management Skills for Work/Life Balance
6. Mindfulness – A Roadmap for Stress Resilience and Health
7. Sleep for Better Work/Life Balance
8. Managing Childcare for Work/Life Balance

Details:
When:     2-6 October 2017
Length:   1-hour at a time-slot convenient to you
Format:   Small group, discussion-based workshop; or larger-group presentation or webinar
Where:    In your office to minimise travel time or as webinars
Who:       Any employees who are keen to improve their work/family balance
What:      Topics that employees will find immediately relevant and practical – choose 1 session or run a different session every day
How:       We will provide the speakers and materials; you book the room and invite the delegates

Please get in touch if you would like more information.

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