The wealth of business depends on the health of workers

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.

  • Date: Wednesday, 9 January
  • Time: 5:30pm - 7:30pm
  • Location: SFA/ Ibec offices, 84-86 Lower Baggot St, Dublin 2.

The World Health Organisation has defined the workplace as an optimum place to promote health through collaboration and use of a continual improvement process to protect the health, safety and well-being of all workers. Companies of all sizes have an opportunity and responsibility to embed a credible wellbeing program into the workplace culture that will improve society. 


This health and well-being seminar will demonstrate how to implement effective wellness programs, collect and analyse data, measure your return on investment and further valuable information. No matter what size your organisation or industry is, you can benefit from attending this event.


The seminar will be delivered by David Casey, Wellness and Health Promotion Manager/ Dental Professional at DeCare Dental Insurance Ireland Ltd.


A member of the SFA team will give you a sneak preview of our Grow, Scale, Succeed campaign, launching January 10. Grow, Scale, Succeed will provide small business with a variety of resources to enable them to recruit and retain employees as well as embrace Smart Working which is the combination of technology with flexible working arrangements.


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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