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More than 3,000 delegates expected at Health and Wellbeing at Work

Now in its ninth year, Health and Wellbeing at Work is widely regarded as one of the UK's leading conferences about improving the health and wellbeing of work-aged people.

The two-day event features a choice of 24 different day-long programmed events on subjects as wide-ranging as employee engagement, travel health, diversity and inclusion, management and leadership, and alcohol and addiction.

Delegates can pick and mix from the programme list and each session typically has nine expert speakers plus chair, so there is plenty of opportunity for discussion, exchanging ideas and networking.

Last year, more than 3,200 delegates attended, a 7 per cent rise on the previous year, and the 2015 event on 3-4 March looks to be just as successful.

The organisers claim that the event attracts 'key decision makers from both the public and private sectors', giving it an 'outstanding reputation for both quality and quantity'.

Five leading Acas experts will be sharing their knowledge too, on trust and engagement, shared parental leave, Early Conciliation, resilience and stress, and bereavement.

Health and Wellbeing at Work is on 3-4 March 2015 at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.

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Acas experts can come to your organisation, look at your policies and procedures, and develop practical Workshops, projects and business solutions to a range of people management issues. Call the customer services team on 0300 123 1150 for more details.

Practical training is also available in the related areas of Stress, Health, work and wellbeing, Flexible working, Maternity, paternity and adoption, Staff retention and Dispute resolution.

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