The next citywork congress is to be held at America Square Conference Centre, London. November 6th 2017


Latest Delegates: Santander - John Lewis Partnership - Beazley - BMS Group - Partners In Costs Ltd - Kambi - NBC Universal - BNP Paribas - Taylor Wessing - City and Hackney Mind - Eurostar International - The Barbican - Greater London Authority - Bank of England - Transport for London - Dentons  - Department for Transport (DFT) - HMRC - Travelex - FitFlop - British Airways - Restaurants Ass for Google London - Zurich Insurance Company Ltd - IPONWEB - City of London Police - Global Aerospace - MS Amlin - Dassault Systèmes - BT - Aon Services Group - London Stock Exchange - Kingsley Napley LLP - HSBC - Genesis Oil & Gas Consultants Ltd - Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP - Capita - Charles Taylor - Oliver Agency - Mastercard- Pearson - Ernst & Young LLP - Markel International - L'Oreal - London Marriott Hotel West India Quay - Shakespeare Globe - Linklaters LLP - Zenith Bank (UK) Limited - Landesbank Hessen - Thüringen - Natixis -Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP - Sanlam - Cyient Europe Ltd - Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd - AON - Thomas Cook Group - HMRC - Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP - Rio Tinto - HSBC - Michael Kors - Unilever - Norton Rose Fulbright LLP - Verizon - PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP - Maples Teesdale - Raymond James Investment Services Limited - SIX Financial Information UK Ltd - Verizon - Mizuho - Wells Fargo Bank - Santander - Macfarlanes LLP - KIKO MILANO - European Bank for Reconstruction and Development 

In a competitive global economy, nations, cities and companies are increasingly developing and implementing strategies to improve health & well-being in the workplace. Evidently, that investment pays dividends in productivity and reduced costs. Promotion of a healthy workplace is vital to retention and recruitment, reductions in absenteeism and improvement in profitability.

Workplace Health Promotion: is evidenced-based and successful.

The workplace influences health and disease in various ways. Work can cause ill-health if employees have to work within health-damaging working conditions, the available skills are inadequate, or the mutual support from colleagues is lacking. At the same time work can be a resource for personal development and enhancement of personal skills.

WHP contributes to a wide range of work factors which improve employees’ health. These include :-

  • management principles and methods which recognise that employees are a necessary success factor for the organisation instead of a mere cost factor
  • a culture and corresponding leadership principles which include participation of the employees and encourage motivation and responsibility of all employees
  • work organisation principles which provide the employees with an appropriate balance between job demands, control over their own work, level of skills and social support
  • a personnel policy which actively incorporates health promotion issues
  • an integrated occupational health & safety service.

citywork focuses upon these issues in cities that are key to driving national economies. Discussing the latest thinking on workplace health and well-being and providing practical examples and key suppliers to improve health and productivity in your organisation.