SERVICE WITH(OUT) A SMILE? The mental well-being of the hospitality workforce
Monday 20th May 2019
Portland Place (28 Portland Place, W1B 1LY)
0830 – 1145
Delving into the wellbeing of hospitality workers, with a focus on mental health, The Royal Society for Public Health and The Springboard Charity want to raise awareness of the struggles employees in this sector face, and encourage employers to proactively consider how to look after mental health in the workplace.
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What will be discussed?
Topics to be covered include:
- The results of a survey on the mental wellbeing of hospitality workers.
- What the sector currently does around mental health and wellbeing.
- What the hospitality sector can learn from the wider business world.
Who will be speaking?
Announced so far is:
Antony Woodcock / Gig to Gig (Co‑Founder, Managing Director) Moderator
Richard Martin / byrne·dean (Mental Health Champion/Director)
Duncan Stephenson / Director of External Affairs and Marketing (RSPH)
How do I sign up?
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The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) is an independent health education charity, dedicated to protecting and promoting the public’s health and wellbeing. We are the world’s longest-established public health body with more than 6,500 members drawn from the public health community both in the UK and internationally. Our operations include an Ofqual recognised awarding organisation, a training and development arm, and health and wellbeing accreditation. We also produce a wide-variety of public health conferences; our publishing division includes the internationally renowned journal Public Health; and we are developing policy and campaigns to promote better health and wellbeing. For more information visit www.rsph.org.uk or follow us on Twitter: @R_S_P_H