In major cities across Europe, considerable investment is being made in corporate health & wellbeing as an essential element of achieving competitive advantage and employee-productivity improvement.
As the financial and business capital of the Netherlands (and home to more than 2,700 international-enterprises) the need to support positive health and wellbeing among Amsterdam’s highly-skilled and diverse workforce is of critical importance to the national economy.
The Citywork Amsterdam congress will examine the business case for increased workforce-investment and the productivity benefits this will bring to this multi-employer business community.
Through keynote presentations and themed workshops, Citywork Amsterdam will educate and inform leaders - from across the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area - drawn from HR, Personnel, Talent Management, Benefits, Renumeration, Health & Wellbeing.
REGISTRATION AND NETWORKING
THE BUSINESS BENEFITS OF INVESTING IN EMPLOYEE-VITALITY
Herbert Schilthuis - Director of Global Health and Safety: HEINEKEN International B.V. (confirmed)
EMPLOYEE-PARTICIPATION: THE KEY TO PRODUCTIVITY
Mariëtte Hamer - President: SER (The Netherlands Social Economic Council) (invited)
ADAPTING OCCUPATIONAL HEALTHCARE TO THE MODERN WORLD OF WORK
Jurriaan Penders - Chair: NVAB (The Netherlands Society of Occupational Medicine) (invited)
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
COFFEE AND NETWORKING BREAK
WORKSHOPS SESSIONS 1
WORKSHOPS SESSIONS 2
DRINKS AND NETWORKING