- Employee Wellbeing Summit returns on 5 April 2022
- Discover the benefits of corporate wellness programs at work
- Practical advice for business leaders and HR professionals
- Incredible panel of speakers confirmed!
Don’t miss this unique event – register here to save your spot
The Employee Wellbeing Summit returns in 2022 – bigger and better than ever before!
Taking place on 5 April 2022, our panel will discuss wellbeing in the workplace and explore some of the practical steps that employers can take to develop a culture of wellness at work.
Wellbeing has become a key theme for employers over recent years and this event is an ideal opportunity for HR professionals and business leaders to proactively engage, network and offer guidance on the topic.
We have a fantastic line up of panellists who will debate the evolution of wellbeing in the workplace and share their tips on how employers can enhance the physical, mental and financial wellbeing of their staff.
And here’s the best part…
This event is completely free to attend!
However, places at the summit are limited. So, to avoid disappointment, be sure to save your space right away.
To register for the Employee Wellbeing Summit 2022, simply complete the short form here.
And now, without further ado, let’s meet our panel of speakers for the 2022 event…
CEO and a Co-Founder, Healthy Place to Work® Ireland
Partnering with businesses across Ireland, Healthy Place to Work support organisations to build and sustain healthy and high performing work environments.
As co-founder, Fania has enabled multiple organisations to achieve and sustain the status of a Healthy Place to Work. She has been instrumental in taking the Healthy Place to Work model and methodology and operationalising it in an organisational setting.
Financial Planner, Radio and TV Broadcaster and Author
Eoin McGee is a Certified Financial Planner CFP and qualified financial advisor QFA. Eoin has been working with clients and businesses for 20 years.
McGee presents RTÉ one show ‘How to be Good with Money’ where each week he helps a household to better manage their money and achieve their financial goals.
McGee’s book of the same name is a No 1 bestselling book and in the top three bestselling Personal Finance books of all time. This year, Eoin released his second book 'How to Make Your Money Work'.
HR Strategy Specialist, IBEC
Claire Hellen is the HR Strategy Specialist in IBEC. She is responsible for the provision of guidance on HR best practice and HR strategy to IBEC member companies.
Claire previously worked in Employee Relations for IBEC, during which time she represented employers from a broad range of sectors, before the employment law third parties.
Claire has worked with IBEC for 16 years. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce and an MBS in Human Resource Management from the Smurfit Business School.
Partner, Eversheds Sutherland
Julie Galbraith is a Partner in the Employment Law department of Eversheds Sutherland. Julie advises clients on all aspects of the employment relationship, from recruitment to termination. She works with public and private sector clients on contentious and non-contentious employment issues to deliver on the business needs of her clients.
Julie advises HR, legal and business teams on the multitude of day-to-day and strategic issues such as disciplinary, grievance, performance management, equality, data protection, TUPE and termination of employment matters.
As the Chief Executive Officer of Taxback.com, Joanna Murphy is responsible for running all facets of the business.
Joanna has a demonstrated history of working as a talented CEO and Company Director. With her transition to Chief Executive Officer of Taxback.com, it is Joanna’s responsibility to ensure that service far exceeds client expectations.
When she’s not busy overseeing the day-to-day operations of Taxback.com or keeping up with three teenagers, Joanna always tries to get a run in when she can, which is almost every day!
Head of Employee Experience, CluneTech
CluneTech is a suite of companies providing industry-leading solutions that simplify global business.
With experience in events, communications and marketing, Rachael originally began her career working in Radio.
Since joining CluneTech in 2018, Rachael’s role has centred around promoting and sustaining the company’s #OneTeam culture and ensuring that CluneTech’s people are offered a first in class employee experience.
Director of Financial Wellbeing Services, Taxback.com
Barry manages the Go-to-Market strategy of the Taxback.com employee Financial Wellbeing service. The service focuses on the B2B market - from SME’s through to corporate clients and multinationals, including strategic partnerships.
Barry recently completed an MBA from DCU Business School and is a GAA All Star and All Ireland winner with the Dublin Senior football team.
Group Wellbeing Partner, AIB
Triona is a Senior HR Professional with 20 years extensive experience managing Human Resource functions.
She has worked at a senior level on organisational development, succession planning and the building of organisational capability.
What is the Employee Wellbeing Summit?
If you’re interested in learning more about implementing a wellness program for employees within your organisation, this virtual event is for you!
The Employee Wellbeing Summit is a two-hour event featuring some of Ireland’s most distinguished thought-leaders on wellness in the workplace.
At the summit, panellists will examine the benefits of employee financial, physical and mental wellbeing initiatives at work.
Our sessions will debate a number of key topics and share some practical steps that employers can take to improve the wellbeing of their employees.
When does the event take place?
The Employee Wellbeing Summit is a two-hour event that takes place at 2pm on 5 April 2022.
How can I attend the event?
This is a fully virtual event. You can take part by watching sessions online through your laptop, PC or mobile device.
To save your space, simply register here.