The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has taken part in an event, in Norwich, that showed businesses how they could tackle workplace health issues.
FSB was one of a number of exhibitors at the event, organised by Norfolk County Council, which featured a day of expert speakers and workshops.
Membership Advisor Diane Burgess and Development Manager Andrew Mower hosted the FSB stand, and had the opportunity to speak to delegates about FSB’s campaign on workplace wellbeing.
A number of FSB members were in attendance, and were also interested to hear about the benefits that have recently been launched.
The event came only a couple of days after Thriving Workplaces, a new Norfolk County Council-commissioned workplace health service, delivered a talk at FSBConnect in Norwich.
Mark Burns, who leads the service, told attendees about the rising challenge of mental health issues in the workplace, and the free services that are available to support businesses throughout the county.
The next Connect event in Norwich will take place at The Georgian Townhouse on 28 February.