We don't talk about mental wellness enough. Whether we are aware of it or not, it affects every single one of us. Our own issues and those of the people around us will impact our everyday life, both personal and professional. This conference is an opportunity for employers and employees to discuss a hugely important, but widely ignored and under-estimated, topic.
Mingle with experts in the field and listen to personal accounts and practical advice on how addressing mental wellness at the workplace can improve performance and relationships at work, in the process improving productivity and retention.
Organised by Working Town® Events in partnership with The Richmond Foundation, the Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise & Industry, the General Workers' Union and the Malta Employers' Association.
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Looking after employees’ mental health is the right thing to do, and it’s good for business
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Thursday 19th November 2020
15:00 – 16:00 CET
As part of the run up to our conference, which has now been postponed to the 12th May 2021, we are organising a series of free webinars. The next one (the fourth) entitled will be held on Thursday 19th November between 3-4PM CET and will discuss how looking after employees’ mental health is the right thing to do. Presentations will be delivered by Dragan Donkov from the Richmond Foundation and Dr Wendy Molefi. Joseph Farrugia, Director General of the Malta Employers’ Association, will then lead a panel discussion on the synergies between mental wellness and business wellness. The panel will include Dr Matthew Brincat, Mikela Fenech Pace, Viviana Premazzi, Dolores Sammut Bonnici and David Spiteri Gingell.