Employee wellbeing - WHY and HOW - tips for small business

The SFA Business Bytes events, which are entirely free of charge, offer small businesses access to expert information and advice and an opportunity to network with their peers. The series is supported by Bord Gáis Energy.

Small employers take pride in their role creating local jobs and providing a good place of work for their employees. Employee wellbeing is emerging as a central component of this, with huge potential benefits for the individual, the company and society as a whole. However, much of the information and advice that is available on employee wellness is aimed at large organisations and is not easily adapted to a small business context.

  • Date: 11 October
  • Time: 5:30pm - 7:30pm
  • Venue: Bord Gais Energy, 1 Warrington Place, Dublin 2

This FREE Business Bytes event will explore the four main pillars of employee wellbeing:

  • Mental
  • Nutritional
  • Financial
  • Physical

Expert speakers on each area will provide options that small business owner-managers can try in their own companies. The emphasis will be on where to start and owner-managers will get lots of ideas that are relatively easy and not costly to implement.


The event will last for approximately one hour with an opportunity to network before and after. Refreshments will be provided.


This event is entirely free of charge but you must pre-register online.

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