Our webinar advised on how HR teams can best support the health and wellbeing of those providing essential services, as well as keeping them engaged and creating the conditions for performance. Our panel of experts looked at how organisations are tackling this challenge and gave practical tips and guidance on keeping essential key workers safe, healthy and engaged during COVID-19.

Our panel of experts include: 

  • Rachel Suff, Senior Policy Advisor, CIPD
  • Dr Andrew Sharman, President, IOSH
  • Stuart Branch, Group People & IT Director, Weetabix
  • Dr Tracey Leghorn, Chief HR and H&S Officer, SUEZ
  • Andrew Willis, Head of Legal & Advisory, HR-inform

Chaired by Katie Jacobs, Senior Stakeholder Lead, CIPD

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