Employee Health and Wellbeing Matters in BusinessEngageMe
We strongly believe that employee health and wellbeing matters in business, which is why Engage Me is thrilled to once more be associated with the annual Wellbeing at Work event. The event returns to Dubai on 3 March 2020, at The Address Hotel, Dubai Marina.
The recipe is simple … for a thriving business, you need thriving employees. Come and learn from experts and their peers about the latest wellbeing developments and successes enhancing individual and organisational performance across the world.
This year’s key themes include creating the right culture for extraordinary results; the power of employee engagement; and creating a diverse and inclusive workplace that works for everyone. These themes will also be complemented by the usual focus on the latest workplace wellbeing success stories from employers in the Middle East and from around the world.
As a partner of the event, Engage Me are delighted to provide a 30% discount on the usual ticket price for our network. Just enter ENGAGE30 on the Future of Work Insight’s website when you’re ready to purchase your ticket.
With a packed agenda, exciting line up and interactive learning sessions, you’ll come away inspired with actionable insights for your business to implement, helping you develop an even more thriving and successful business. What are you waiting for?
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