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The HR function plays a unique role in maintaining the human side of work, whilst also driving strategic business decisions. Increasingly, drawing the connection between wellbeing and wider business strategy has become a key part of this role. When wielded correctly, an effective wellbeing strategy can be a powerful tool. However, to make a real impact, health and wellbeing initiatives need to feel authentic to those you’re supporting and they need to speak to real concerns.
How can you move your organisation’s wellbeing strategy beyond a fluff piece and into an initiative that truly understands and support your people? Watch Kerry Smith, Director of People and Organisational Development, British Heart Foundation, discuss her session on taking a no-fluff approach to wellbeing. and building health and wellbeing strategy into an organisation’s DNA, at the HRD Summit UK 2020.