24th July 2019

The Scottish Health & Wellbeing at Work Conference 2019

Thursday 21st November 2019, Edinburgh

The Scotsman Hotel
20 North Bridge

Absence is a thorn in the side of almost every employer, with days off leading to financial and other more intangible losses. We are also witnessing a rise in ‘presenteeism’ – employees coming to work when they probably shouldn’t – which again leads to issues with productivity. Therefore, it is more vital than ever for employers not only to recognise the importance of health and wellbeing in the workplace, but to actively promote it. Healthy employees tend to be happy employees, who engage and contribute more and are less likely to leave the organisation. Protecting their physical and mental wellbeing will have a direct impact on the health of your organisation as a whole.


This conference covers the topic of ensuring that your organisation is proactive with positive health and wellbeing initiatives. Presentations include: financial wellbeing; preventative awareness techniques which recognise early signs to support and keep people in work; and biophilia (how plants and nature can increase positive wellbeing).


The conference is generally aimed towards management, HR and Health & Safety professionals, as well as those actively involved in promoting wellbeing in the workplace. This conference also serves as an opportunity to network with other professionals to discuss their approaches during these challenging times.


This conference will be a full day. 9.00am for a 9.30am start, finishing at 4.30pm.

Delegate rates

The rate will be £200 + VAT per person (additional delegates from your organisation: £150 + VAT).

For existing Navigator clients, the discounted rate is £165 + VAT (additional delegates from your organisation: £115 + VAT).

Reserving a Place

Places at our events are limited and demand is normally high. For this reason, we would suggest that you book early to avoid disappointment. To book your place, please e-mail Clare Lynch at or call her on 0333 0433 931.

24th July 2019