We cordially invite you to this special HR Lounge:
BGM: “From Duty to Pleasure" - Impulses and Panel Discussion (in German)
Christopher Hans, Strategic Business Development Manager - Employee Wellbeing Health Solutions, Aon and
Marc Wagener, Managing Partner, Coach and Consultant, Growport
Anna Schröder, European Head of Change & Learning and Developement, OYO vacations
Wolfgang Werner, Member of Management Board and CHRO, Viebrockhaus AG
Wednesday, 23 October 2019, 6.00 - 8.00 PM
Audimax, SQUARE HSBA Innovation Hub, Adolphsplatz 6, 20457 Hamburg
In addition to occupational health, safety and reintegration measures, preventive topics are becoming the focus of occupational health management (BGM). The voluntary measures range from yoga sessions and in-house massages over step competitions, including gadgets, to antistigmatisation campaigns for mental illnesses using gamified e-learning tools for managers.
In addition to the goal of keeping the workforce healthy and productive in the long term, there are other effects that can be achieved: To what extent do these measures have a positive effect on the employer brand of a company and thus on the retention and acquisition of talent? And to what extent can corporate social responsibility be seen here?
On the other hand, there are also critical questions to consider: To what extent is each individual responsible for their own health? And where does inappropriate interference in the privacy of the individual begin?
Please sign up for this event with the registration form below. Be aware that the presentation will take place in German.
Participation is free. If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to contact us. You are welcome to forward this invitation to interested colleagues and friends.
Information for Bachelor students: As this event is part of the electives (General Studies), you will receive 0.08 credits for your degree.
The event will be accompanied by Ms. Petra Esch, Network Manager at the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Personalführung e.V., Dr. Daniela Eisele-Wijnbergen and Dr. Henrik Meyer-Hoeven, Professors of Human Resource Management at the HSBA Hamburg School of Business Administration.
Prof. Dr. Daniela Eisele-Wijnbergen & Prof. Dr. Henrik Meyer-Hoeve