Stress is the epidemic of our time. With over 80% of employees in Ireland experiencing increased stress and an estimated 11 million days lost through absenteeism at a cost of €1.5 billion to employers annually and the cost of ‘presenteeism’ estimated at 10 times that, the benefits of Wellbeing at Work Programmes have never been better understood.
Wellbeing at Work is a high performance investment to support employee, team and company health and success. It involves creating a mind-set and culture in which effective habits and working strategies rather than unhealthy stress and burnout are the drivers of success.
Staff working in the hospitality sector are under particular pressures and need to take care of their wellbeing so they maintain excellence and deliver in an increasingly competitive and stressful environment. Six out of 10 employees are more likely to stay with an employer that cares about their wellbeing (IBEC).
Course date: Wednesday 20th March
Venue: Restaurants Association of Ireland, 11 Bridge Court, Citygate, St. Augustine Street, Dublin 8
Time: 9.45am – 4.30pm
All participants must bring a notebook and pen to the workshop and participants must attend the full day.
What is covered?
- The duties and responsibilities of employers in the area of health and wellbeing – What we must do and what is good to do – Legislation, best practice and what works
- The benefits of wellbeing and the costs of not having it to employers
- How to boost individual wellbeing
- How to boost team wellbeing
- The challenge of shift work
- Wellbeing & customer relations
- Global wellbeing trends in the hospitality sector
- Bringing it all together / action items
Member cost: €130.00
Non- member cost: €156.00
Terms & Conditions
EVENTS & TRAINING TERMS & CONDITIONS
- Tickets for training or award events should be purchased from authorised outlets only (online or via RAI office landline 01 677 9901).
- For online bookings, all details are entered on a secure website and processed by Elavon or Cybersource.
- Children under the age of 18 are not permitted to attend events unless expressly stated.
- All tickets to all events and training are sold & processed in Euro (€) currency.
All purchasing information is handled and processed by the Restaurants Association of Ireland with the utmost consideration of individuals privacy and in line with the Data Protection Act 1988 and it’s amendments, and shall not be shared with a third party unless expressly stated.
Cancellation policies can vary with each event, however any cancellations made no later than 10 working days prior to the event shall be honoured. Tickets are transferable.
For Training, policies may vary dependent on each course
The Restaurant and Hospitality Skillnet is funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies. Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills. www.skillnetireland.ie